October 1, 2022

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How toxic is the atmosphere around United - Liverpool?  Manchester fans plan fierce protest |  Premier League

How toxic is the atmosphere around United – Liverpool? Manchester fans plan fierce protest | Premier League

The weather around Old Trafford is expected to be gloomy tonight. Manchester United fans plan to protest the American owners before Liverpool arrive. How high do they shine?

#EmptyOldTrafford.

It’s the hashtag that has gone viral on Twitter over the past week. The intent is clear: there are no fans in the stadium to compete against Liverpool.

Of course it won’t pass that fast. The tweets came mainly from foreign fans who had never been to the stadium. Only supporters with expensive subscriptions or tickets are not allowed to pass the best match.

However, there are promises that there will be a toxic atmosphere around the match. The “1958” fan club was planning a protest march before launching throughout the week. More than 10,000 supporters will be present.

The target of resentment will, of course, be the American owners again.

The Glazers have been under fire for years from fans for Manchester United’s massive sporting setback. Failed transfers followed each other in quick succession, owners made United poorer but richer, and the failed exit from the Premier League is still on their minds.

With Manchester United dwindling in the tie for last place, the discontent has reached its peak. Therefore, observers do not dare to rule out the possibility of a full escalation tonight.

There are concerns that dissident groups will block access to Old Trafford. Or some will break into the field again, just like the last two seasons. Then the match against Liverpool was postponed to a later date.

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“Hopefully it won’t happen again,” Jurgen Klopp previously said. “But if that’s the case, we should get the points right away.”

I wonder if this still works as a deterrent.