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By Mike Parrott
In video footage that has been discovered online, it appears that a group of Manchester United fans have been throwing flares at the house of CEO, Ed Woodward.
The global fanbase of Manchester United have become more and more restless regarding the team's ownership and their current leadership. The Glazers and Ed Woodward have been at the butt of many chants over the years but recently they've been getting worse.
The recent chants of 'build a bonfire' and several others that seem to be chanting about harming the Glazers and Woodward have been in the spotlight in most media outlets but this supposed act will out-trump them all.
Suspect there might be some anti-Glazer/Woodward chants at Old Trafford tonight judging by the fans walking through the Munich Tunnel pic.twitter.com/CWzzodEGRe- Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) January 22, 2020
In a short video that seems to be filmed on snapchat, a group of Manchester United fans are seen to be chanting the same chant regarding harm to Woodward while throwing flares at a house that is reportedly owned by the Manchester United CEO.
The caption on the video also had: "Ed Woodward's gonna die".
fans allegedly firing Flares at Ed Woodward's House, Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/IvCt8edsDk- Clintmeks (@meksclint) January 28, 2020
Even though the Glazer family and Ed Woodward don't have a leg to stand on regarding the rapidly increasing failure of the running of Manchester United, these fans have taken it way too far.
This act is condemning and only makes the argument for United's fan all the worse while defending the leadership even more.
If United fans are genuinely fed up of the leadership, peaceful protesting and boycotting is easily the much better option and physical violence should never be condoned.
Hopefully this is the last we see of it regarding the United-Woodward feud.