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The anger of the fans has matured for a long time. What happened in Manchester was inevitable

by Sneha Shukla

The anger of the fans has matured for a long time. What happened in Manchester was inevitable

Anger at foreign owners is nothing new, but skepticism has long grown to cynicism in Manchester. The fans feel they are being used and not listened to. They feel helpless. They are generally accustomed to all sorts of offenses, and most often they can only endure in silence. Failed to return to Manchester after away game against Crystal Palace because the train leaves before the final whistle? Just think – it is more important to transfer the game to when TV is watched the most. Inconvenient? There will always be someone who will happily take your place.

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But in England, fans have always had the right to voice their grievances. Back in 2019, thousands of fans on the Internet demanded to organize a protest, but in reality they did nothing. In February 2020, a number of fans left the stadium prematurely in protest, but were not noticed by anyone.

This Sunday, all that remained was to do something that would have been impossible to ignore. There are enough reasons – the fans have a good memory. When the club was bought out by the Glazers in 2005, many were against it. Many expressed fears, which in the end were repeatedly confirmed.

When co-owner Joel Glazer apologized after the Super League failure, he referred to “restoring trust,” but many responded with a grin. How can you restore something that never happened?

When the Glazers arrived, United’s loyal fan community was split. Many friends stayed on opposite sides of the barricades, and about 4,000 thousand fans organized FC United of Manchester. Did the Glazers care? Of course not, because it was possible to earn money on fans from abroad. They did not care deeply that someone called them “Judas” or lost close friends.

Fans do not want the club to go to another oligarch or sheikh – it is already big enough to support itself without outside help.

English football has let the fans down. It is run by unprincipled and disinterested people. Many of the famous teams have either ceased to exist or are on the verge of collapse. There is only one thing to do: take matters into your own hands. It turned out or not, now the fans will not be silent.

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