Liverpool’s impending clash with Manchester United has been called into serious doubt, with the referee reportedly being rejected following the staging of protests at Old Trafford.
This comes from Sky News, which suggests that it may be a struggle to get the protesters under control within the next 90 minutes – an hour before the draw has to start at the time of writing.
LETTERS: @SkySportsNews reports that match referee Manchester United against Liverpool has been rejected from Old Trafford, where a protest against the Glazer family is taking place.
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– Sky News (@SkyNews) May 2, 2021
The protests on the club’s grounds follow the owners, Glazers, with introducing the site to an erupting European Super League, a move that was reversed after a serious setback from supporters of Premier League big six.
READ MORE: (Video) Manchester United fans occupy Old Trafford in anti-Glazer protest; impending Liverpool clash in doubt
While there is a strong possibility that the actions of the Red Devils supporters involved in the demonstrations may very well result in the luminaire being delayed or potentially rejected altogether, we can certainly understand the level of anger that fans feel over the ownership.
If protests like this can lead to changes in the sport, and most importantly, for supporters to have a stronger influence on club decision, then a delayed game is certainly a cost worth bearing.
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