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Thousands of Manchester United fans are rallying the #GlazersOut movement on social media, gathering worldwide attention in the process.
Protests have been made inside and outside of Old Trafford in years gone by, with many adorning the yellow and green colours of the original Newton Heath club as a sign of their dislike towards the current owners.
But this is the biggest indication yet that some supporters have finally had enough.
Fans are clearly fed up with the current state of the football club, with a lack of transfer activity, as well as no Champions League football next season, being at the forefront of this declining state of affairs.
It has also been suggested that The Glazers have failed to spend a single penny on the club since taking over, with mounting debts among other points mentioned.
"We've all had enough, no more divide between us fans, no more greed in filling your pockets for commercial gain," said Manchester United fan Al Foran.
"Manchester United is no longer a long running solution to your financial problems, this is and always will be a football club NOT a commercial brand."
#GlazersOut because they don't know- United Always (@UnitedAlways1) June 20, 2019
- how to run a football club
- how to invest in players
- how to treat players
- how to treat managers
- how to set up a scouting network
- how to understand what kinda players we need
- how to respect fans#MUFC pic.twitter.com/tTm4JWj7hZ
Thousands have used the #GlazersOut tag on Twitter in recent hours. In fact, at around 11:30pm last night, 84,000 people had voiced their opinion on the matter.
It quickly became the number one trend worldwide.
"With the largest fanbase in the world, we can achieve any set out agenda" claimed one fan.
"People aren't aware of this, but the brilliance of Sir Alex ultimately saved this club from deep financial trouble when the Glazers came in." said fan account The Man Utd Way.
"Their takeover has drained United of more than £1b. Whether you're PL or grassroots level, this cannot be overlooked anymore."
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