Police were called to security at Carrington, Manchester United’s training ground on Friday after supporters gathered in protest. The Glazer at
Manchester United were forced to lock Carrington’s front door. And have commuters switch to the back entrance. After about 30 supporters with placards escorting Glazer gathered outside the training ground.
Most of the protests were peaceful. Still, supporters expressed their displeasure to some players as they arrived at the training ground, including second-hand goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
None of the fans escaped into the training ground. They finally dispersed when the police arrived.
It’s been a year since protesters stormed into Carrington, before having brief talks with then-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. the UFABET report.
Fans are planning another protest at Old Trafford ahead of Saturday’s game against Norwich City, with the intention of walking into the pitch 17 minutes after kick-off, equating to 17 years. that Glazer took over the club
“We all know that football is a sport of passion and emotion. We all understand, I understand the fans who are disappointed with the table,” Ralph Rangnick said at his pre-match press conference today (Friday)
, “but I still believe our fans are one of the good fans. Best in England, if not the best fans. And as long as the protests are peaceful and support the teams on the field, they have a right to express their opinions. I understand that they are disappointed.”