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Fan ownership? Be careful what you wish for

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A question that kept cropping up after the collapse of the proposed European Super League was: why did those in control at the wannabe breakaway clubs have not a clue how visceral the backlash would

Edwin van der Sar: Ajax man who should be Man Utd's new king

Edwin van der Sar: Ajax man who should be Man Utd's new king
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Simon Mullock
Edwin van der Sar ticks all the boxes to become ­ Manchester United ’s next chief executive – including an ability to make the peace with rebel fans.
As the beleaguered Glazer family crank up the search for someone to run their Old ­Trafford empire, following the resignation of vice-chairman Ed Woodward in the aftermath of the European Super League ­debacle and the outbreak of civil war with ­supporters, it is certain that Van der Sar will feature prominently on their wish list.
The Dutchman won four ­ Premier League titles as Sir Alex Ferguson’s goalkeeper – and made the penalty shoot-out save that made United ­European champions in 2008.

Roma 3-2 Man Utd (5-8 on aggregate): 'Faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer close to being rewarded'

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Roma 3-2 Man Utd (5-8 on aggregate): 'Faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer close to being rewarded'
By Simon StoneBBC Sport
9 minutes ago9 minutes ago.From the section Man Utd
Manchester United have made it to their first major final in any competition under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, having lost in four previous semi-finals
After three weeks in which the men who run Manchester United have been pilloried by their own fans and branded snakes by the Uefa president, advancing past Roma to reach the Europa League final can at least give them satisfaction from one bold show of faith that is one step from being rewarded.

The United Way review – Eric Cantona's over-simple Manchester United history | Movies

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Last modified on Thu 6 May 2021 08.18 EDT
This is a perfectly watchable documentary, but events have overtaken it, exposing a crucial naivety. It is about the soap-operatic tragedy and triumph of legendary football club Manchester United, co-written, co-produced and presented by its saturnine bad-boy hero Eric Cantona, and in this version of history, he looms larger than Bobby Charlton or George Best.
Cantona smoulders his way outrageously through his script, though revealing little or nothing about himself, except for one remark about the notorious kung-fu incident against an abusive Crystal Palace fan: “I would ’ave liked to kick him even harder … ” His theme is Manchester United’s 20th-century golden age, from its comeback after the 1958 Munich disaster through to the fairytale ending of the 1999 Uefa Champions League final. And there it stops. The film goes on and on about Manchester United’s European ambition, European vision, European destiny – all those heroic ideals that now look shabby in the light of what we have just experienced: the club’s greedy participation in the European Super League fiasco. The announcement of which, let’s not forget, followed the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward meeting with Boris Johnson’s chief of staff Dan Rosenfield, and briefly with the prime minister himself.

Avram Glazer: Manchester United co-owner refuses to apologise to fans over Super League when approached by reporter

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Avram Glazer avoids apology to Manchester United fans over Super League
By The Athletic Staff
Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer avoided the opportunity to apologise to the club’s fans over the failed Super League project when approached by a reporter.
United fans have launched several protests against the Glazer family in recent weeks, including one outside Old Trafford on Sunday which led to the postponement of the club's match against Liverpool. Supporters have also demanded for the club to be sold.
What happened?
Glazer was approached by a Sky News correspondent in Florida on Tuesday, but he refused to engage with any of her questions.

Roma, Lazio and the European Super League

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Wanted in Rome
05 May, 2021
On the 18th of April, European club football appeared as though it was about to undergo one of the biggest changes ever: the European Super LeagueWhile rumors had been swirling about a potential breakaway "superleague" as far back as 2018, no concrete developments had given any indication that it would become a reality. Then, when twelve of Europe's top clubs
announced that they had signed contracts to join the newly created European Super League, it appeared as though the club football landscape was about to change. Thus began one of the most chaotic forty-eight-hour periods that European club football has experienced in decades.  

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer addresses Man Utd fan protests

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with the Glazers | Michael Regan/Getty Images
Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that last weekend’s protests against the Glazer family went ‘too far’, but insists the club is already determined to communicate better with supporters.
The protest resulted in the postponement of their match against Liverpool after fans broke into Old Trafford and clashed with police.
The scenes were sparked by the club’s involvement in the launch of the now failed Super League. Six police officers were injured, one seriously, while video footage appeared to show police beating a fan on the ground.

Man United news: Glazers have three-man shortlist to replace Ed Woodward

What's the latest news involving Ed Woodward?
Upon the collapse of the European Super League, Manchester United's executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, resigned amid global outrage towards the competition's creation.
Woodward had worked for the club in multiple roles since 2005 and at the end of the 2020/21 season, he will end his 16-year stay, a tenure that has been riddled with disapproval from the fans to the point where supporters felt so strongly against Woodward that they even vandalised his property.
His replacement will do well to avoid the immense pressure of the fans and supporters will want to know they can trust the new key figure at Old Trafford after a rocky relationship with the previous occupant of the role.

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Sunday night's Line of Duty finale on BBC One caused a level of uproar and controversy that could only have been beaten by a mass Manchester United fan protest and an astonishing postponement.
So, despite an ongoing social media boycott in football, the two rather different issues competed for prime-time Twitter trending spots over the Bank Holiday.

Man Utd protester snorts white powder off corner flag stolen during Old Trafford pitch invasion

Hooligans who stormed the pitch at Old Trafford then shared videos of themselves online as they snorted white powder from the stolen corner flag. 
In shocking scenes on Sunday night, protesters clutching cans of Strongbow and a sign reading 'Glazer Out' invaded the pitch and attacked police amid ugly clashes ahead of Manchester United's game against Liverpool.
Afterwards they filmed themselves as they scaled a phone box before emptying a bag of white powder onto the stolen flag pole and sniffing it off. 
The video was shared on Snapchat alongside a laughing emoji and a caption reading: 'Striped off the flag.'

Manchester United protests: Emotions have been simmering for 16 years

Manchester United protests: Emotions have been simmering for 16 years
By Simon StoneBBC Sport
Fans protest outside Old Trafford against the Glazers, who took over Manchester United in 2005
It was at an entrance to Old Trafford round the back of the Stretford End, away from the noise and the flares that accompanied the start of the Manchester United fans' protest at Old Trafford, that those who made it onto the pitch entered through.
Most were young lads in their 20s, coming down the hill in wave after wave. But not all.
There were women and older men too. One, probably in his late 50s or early 60s, wore a green and gold scarf and woolly hat - the colours of United's first shirts when they were formed as Newton Heath in 1878, and of the original anti-Glazer protests in 2010

Football: United's American owners facing strongest opposition yet

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Soccer Football - Manchester United fans protest against their owners before the Manchester United v Liverpool Premier League match - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain - May 2, 2021 Manchester United fans on the pitch in protest against their owners before the match Action Images via REUTERS/Carl Recine
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - It has certainly been a year of sporting contrasts for American businessman Joel Glazer.
In February, he was in celebratory mood, raising the Vince Lombardi trophy as his NFL team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl, led by veteran quarterback Tom Brady.
Three months later, Glazer's Premier League soccer team, Manchester United, had to call off their match against rivals Liverpool following violent protests against the American's ownership of the club.

Man Utd fans' anti-Glazer protest forces postponement of Liverpool clash

Man Utd fans’ anti-Glazer protest forces postponement of Liverpool clash
Man Utd fans’ anti-Glazer protest forces postponement of Liverpool clash
FOOTBALL: Manchester United’s Premier League clash against Liverpool was postponed yesterday (May 2) after fans invaded the Old Trafford pitch as part of a protest against United’s owners, the Glazer family.
Monday 3 May 2021, 10:01AM
Supporters protest against Manchester United’s owners, inside English Premier League club Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium yesterday (May 2). Photo: AFP.
Hundreds of fans managed to make their way into the ground, chanting “we want Glazers out.”
Large numbers of supporters had also gathered outside the stadium and there were clashes with police as they moved in to disperse the crowd.

Why did Man Utd fans storm Old Trafford?

Why did Man Utd fans storm Old Trafford?
May 3, 2021, 11:30 AM GMT+1
Around 200 Man Utd fans broke into Old Trafford during a larger protest, forcing the Liverpool game tp be postponed | OLI SCARFF/Getty Images
Manchester United fans storming the pitch at Old Trafford ahead of a Premier League clash with Liverpool, which resulted in the game being delayed then postponed, was the culmination of 16 years of anger towards the Glazer family and their ownership of the club.
Around 1,000 United fans had protested outside Old Trafford the week before, albeit with no game on, mimicking similar protests outside Anfield and the Emirates Stadium as football supporters rose up against their clubs for signing up to the quickly defunct European Super League.

Manchester United fans mount protest against US owners as Premier League match against Liverpool postponed

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Manchester United fans mount protest against US owners as Premier League match against Liverpool postponed
May 3, 2021 7:27 AM
Supporters protest against Manchester United's owners, inside the club's Old Trafford stadium on May 2, ahead of their English Premier League fixture against Liverpool.
Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images
(CNN) — A marquee English Premier League game was postponed on Sunday after hundreds of Manchester United fans, protesting against the club’s US owners, invaded the pitch at its Old Trafford stadium ahead of the match against Liverpool.
“Following the security breach at Old Trafford, the Manchester United vs. Liverpool game has been postponed,” said the Premier League in A statement.

Premier League clubs must sign Owners' Charter in wake of European Super League fiasco

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Premier League clubs must sign Owners' Charter in wake of European Super League fiasco
Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham sparked outrage with their plans to join the
breakaway competition.
In a statement, the
Premier League said it was taking several measures to "protect our game, our clubs and their fans from further disruption and uncertainty".
They include a new charter that all owners will be required to sign up to, "committing them to the core principles of the Premier League".

Police officer whose face was slashed during Manchester United protests has 'life-changing injuries'

An officer whose face was slashed during a protest by Manchester United fans suffered 'life-changing injuries' and is 'incredibly lucky not to have lost sight', police say.   
The planned match against Liverpool was dramatically called off yesterday after anti-Glazer protesters got onto the Old Trafford pitch and clashed with police outside the stadium, as fans tried to blockade a hotel to prevent the United team from leaving for the game.  
Police said one of the officers injured during a protest by Manchester United fans on Sunday suffered 'life-changing' eye injuries, having sustained a 'significant' slash wound to the face during the unrest. 

Van der Sar talks up Man United role but no contact about replacing Woodward

Van der Sar talks up Man United role but no contact about replacing Woodward
Will Manchester United ever succeed with the Glazers in charge? (1:34)
Mark Ogden reacts to Ed Woodward's resignation at Man United and examines the future of the club as long as the Glazer family remains in charge. (1:34)
• Previously rugby editor, and became senior writer in 2018
Edwin van der Sar has told ESPN he will only work for Ajax and Manchester United, but has not received any contact from United about replacing outgoing executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Ajax CEO Van der Sar, talking on ESPN Netherlands' "Goedemorgen Eredivisie," spoke about the possibility of working for Manchester United in the future, their manager Erik ten Hag's new contract amid interest from Tottenham and the ill-fated Super League breakaway.

Man Utd fans storm Old Trafford pitch in anti-Glazer protest

Man Utd fans storm Old Trafford pitch in anti-Glazer protest
Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester United fans invaded Old Trafford ahead of Sunday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool as part of a protest against the club’s American owners.
Large numbers of fans had gathered outside Old Trafford, on the day Manchester City could be crowned Premier League champions if United lose.
Hundreds of fans managed to make their way into the ground and onto the pitch, chanting “we want Glazers out.”
Flares were lit with one launched towards the television broadcast gantry.
Anger towards the Glazer family has been reignited by United’s part in a proposed European Super League (ESL) that collapsed within 48 hours last month due to a backlash from fans, players, governments and governing bodies. 

WATCH | Liverpool match delayed after Man United fans storm Old Trafford pitch in anti-Glazer protest

Manchester United's Premier League clash against
Liverpool was postponed on Sunday after fans invaded the Old Trafford pitch as part of a protest against United's American owners, the Glazer family.
Hundreds of fans managed to make their way into the ground, chanting "we want Glazers out."
Large numbers of supporters had also gathered outside the stadium and there were clashes with police as they moved in to disperse the crowd.
"Following discussion between the police, the Premier League, Trafford Council and the clubs, our match against Liverpool has been postponed due to safety and security considerations around the protest today," United said in a statement.

Man United vs. Liverpool delayed by anti-Glazer protests on pitch at Old Trafford

Man United vs. Liverpool postponed after anti-Glazer protests on pitch at Old Trafford
Protest scenes from Old Trafford (0:46)
Manchester United fans have arrived at Old Trafford stadium to protest the Glazer family ownership. (0:46)
Sunday's Premier League clash between Manchester United and Liverpool has been postponed after United fans invaded the Old Trafford pitch in a demonstration against the team owners, the Glazer family.
A statement from United confirmed the news and attributed the decision to "safety and security considerations," saying it came following discussions with police, the Premier League and the local council. A revised date for the game has yet to be confirmed.

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