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Fans must be heard says Solskjær as Manchester United prepare for protest

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  • Supporters angry at Super League plans and ownership
  • Up to 10,000 expected at Sunday’s clash with Liverpool

Ole Gunnar Solskjær stressed the importance of fans being heard as thousands of Manchester United supporters prepare to descend on Old Trafford for what the manager hopes will be a “peaceful” protest.

The departing executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward followed the co-chairman Joel Glazer in apologising to supporters for the club’s attempt to join the Super League at an emergency fans forum on Friday and promised United “do not seek any revival of the Super League”.

Continue reading…Supporters angry at Super League plans and ownershipUp to 10,000 expected at Sunday’s clash with LiverpoolOle Gunnar Solskjær stressed the importance of fans being heard as thousands of Manchester United supporters prepare to descend on Old Trafford for what the manager hopes will be a “peaceful” protest.The departing executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward followed the co-chairman Joel Glazer in apologising to supporters for the club’s attempt to join the Super League at an emergency fans forum on Friday and promised United “do not seek any revival of the Super League”. Continue reading…