MANCHESTER UNITED are increasing security at their Carrington training complex and Old Trafford following the European Super League fallout.
Last week a group of furious fans broke into Carrington and blocked the first-team players and manager from entering.
They demanded they spoke with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while holding up banners such as ‘we decide when you play’ and ‘Glazers out.’
Their protest ended peacefully with coach Michael Carrick, technical director Darren Fletcher and midfielder Nemanja Matic also addressing the players.
Hundreds of United supporters also protested in mass against their owners outside Old Trafford on Saturday.
A plane was also flown over the 0-0 draw with Leeds with a banner that read ‘£2BN STOLEN #GLAZERSOUT.’
According to the Atheltic, United are increasing security at Carrington following the backlash.
The report adds how emails have been sent to staff and players detailing the new protection measures.
Meanwhile Joel Glazer is risking riling up fans even more after dodging an emergency fans forum Zoom conference.
A meeting has been set with seven fans representatives for Friday morning at 11am.
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The fans were hoping they could speak directly with either of the co-chairmen Joel or Avram Glazer.
Neither, however, want to face the music and it will be now left to Group Managing Director Richard Arnold.
He also chaired the last forum last week just days before the ESL launch was announced.
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