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Manchester United ramp up safety measures forward of Liverpool showdown as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes no violence plea after controversial anti-Glazer demonstrations


Manchester United have beefed up safety exterior Previous Trafford forward of tonight’s Premier League conflict with Leicester and their rearranged sport in opposition to Liverpool two days later.

The membership has erected a hoop of metal across the floor in a bid to cease followers from interrupting the respective fixtures, with extra protests anticipated in opposition to the Glazers.

Protests against Manchester United’s owners the Glazers turned ugly last week

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Protests in opposition to Manchester United’s homeowners the Glazers turned ugly final week

Fan protests saw Manchester United vs Liverpool postponed

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Fan protests noticed Manchester United vs Liverpool postponed

United’s final house sport in opposition to Liverpool was postponed when hundreds of supporters gathered exterior the stadium in protest of the American homeowners in response to the Tremendous League fiasco.

A gaggle of some hundred efficiently broke onto the pitch earlier than the sport, whereas others clashed with police in violent scenes as one officer suffered ‘life-changing’ eye accidents.

Extra substantial barricades and obstacles are actually in place within the South East quadrant of the stadium, near the doorway of the Munich Tunnel and the disabled amenities the place the followers gained entry to the stadium final Sunday.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes any anti-Glazer protests don’t spill over into violence or affect this week’s matches.

The club has erected barriers around the ground in an attempt to control any further protests

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The membership has erected obstacles across the floor in an try to manage any additional protests

Several hundred United fans gained access to the stadium last Sunday

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A number of hundred United followers gained entry to the stadium final Sunday

That postponed match has been rearranged for Thursday and comes scorching on the heels of Leicester’s journey to Previous Trafford, the place safety measures have been elevated across the floor forward of the house double-header.

Social media is abuzz about supporters demonstrating when Liverpool go to this week however Solskjaer hopes they are going to have the ability to play the matches as deliberate.

“Safety measures are being checked out, in fact, and I hope that we are able to preserve the protests – if there are protests – right down to loud voices, nothing violent,” the boss stated.

“We need to pay attention. The gamers need to play the sport. We play Liverpool. In fact we need to beat Liverpool, we need to beat Leicester.

“So, we’re going to do every thing we are able to for our followers to rejoice what we’re doing on the pitch.”





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