Guards protecting Manchester United’s iconic Holy Trinity statue amidst widespread protest against Glazer’s owners planned ahead of the Liverpool clash … with as many as 10,000 fans expected at Old Trafford
- Manchester United fans will ask the club’s American bosses to resign
- Demonstration leaders were concerned about a number of spontaneous protests from last week
- Some supporters climbed the statue and placed scarves over the statue
- A statement attacking the Glazers will be read in front of the statue
The iconic statue of the Holy Trinity at Old Trafford of George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton will be protected by the organizers of the major protests against Glazer taking place before Sunday’s game against Liverpool.
Up to 10,000 United fans are expected to congregate at the stadium from 2pm and call on the club’s US bosses to step down and be replaced by a new model that will give fans ownership and voting rights.
The demonstration leaders were concerned about aspects of last week’s spontaneous protest, with some supporters scrambling on the statue and placing green and gold scarves over the three United legends.
The iconic statue of the Holy Trinity at Old Trafford must be protected by the organizers of the great protests against the Glazer
Sunday from 2 p.m., up to 10,000 United fans are expected to congregate at the stadium
They are aware that the rest of the world will be looking for signs of unrest and plan to protect the Holy Trinity from anyone who wants to get involved.
A strong statement about the attack on the Glazers is scheduled to be read in front of the statue at 3 p.m., an hour and a half before kick-off.
Best, Law and Charlton are synonymous with United’s history, helping Matt Busby rebuild the club after the Munich plane crash in 1958 and winning the European Cup 10 years later.
A strong statement attacking the Glazers will be read in front of the statue