Manchester United and Liverpool may have to play their rescheduled Premier League match in an alternative place, after today’s game was suspended due to the protesters at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils were supposed to host their opponents in today’s big game at 16:30, but it is not clear when the match could continue due to thousands of protesters against Glazer, who arrived at Old Trafford before the match.
According to Stan Colimore, it is now considered unlikely that the teams will be able to play tomorrow, but nothing is ruled out yet.
He added that a neutral game was also being discussed, which could help the teams avoid the wrath of Manchester United fans, who apparently managed to gather in very large numbers today in Manchester …
Manchester United decides whether to stay at Lowry or send players home for one night. Staff worried about not keeping the group together.
Discussed alternative place to play.
Both clubs believe that tomorrow is “unlikely, but they will prepare for every opportunity”.
– Stan Colimore (@StanCollymore) May 2, 2021
United fans have protested against the Glazers, who have been unpopular with fans for years, and the recent Super League controversy really seems to ignite the flames.
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