After fan protests: Manchester United against Liverpool canceled

After fan protests: Manchester United against Liverpool canceled Image

Because hundreds of fans of the English record champions, who protested against the owner family Glazer, had penetrated the interior of Old Trafford themselves, the kick-off had to be delayed. The teams had not even left the team hotels.

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A good hour after the game was supposed to kick off at 5.30 p.m., the game was then officially canceled. A new appointment date has not yet been communicated.

"After discussions between the police, the Premier League and the clubs, our game against Liverpool was canceled for security reasons. Now we are discussing with the league on which day the game will take place," said a first statement from Manchester United. In its statement, the LFC assured "full agreement".
Neville defends the fans

United club legend Gary Neville, on behalf of Sky Sports, defended the fans' action: "It is a warning to owners that what they did is not simply accepted. The fans have had enough. The headlines shouldn't be from the unrest, but rather from the concerns of the fans.

Neville's Liverpool counterpart Jamie Carragher struck the same line - but both emphasized that the way to storm the stadium was not the right one.

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