Man United fans plan mass Old Trafford walk-out in protest against club's owners
Man United fans plan mass Old Trafford walk-out in protest against club's owners
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Man United fans plan mass Old Trafford walk-out in protest against club's owners

Manchester United fans are tired. They walked out of the stadium during the 0-2 loss against Burnley and now, there are plans of a mass walk-out at Old Trafford in protest against controversial owners the Glazers.

Those behind the move are calling on all United fans to walk out of the stadium in the 58th minute of their Premier League fixture against Wolves on February 1.

The game marks United remembering the Munich air disaster of 1958, which is why those planning the walkout have chosen the 58th minute, for maximum effect. 

Organisers of the planned protest hope to convince thousands of United fans to leave their seats in what would be a symbolic gesture and show of strength against the Glazers and the controversial way they run the club.

Disillusionment among United fans reached a peak during the shock 2-0 defeat at home to Burnley on Wednesday, the first time the Clarets had won at Old Trafford for 58 years.

[58 seems to be the constant number!]

The Glazers have been despised by United fans ever since their heavily leveraged takeover of the club in 2005, with the US owners having taken an estimated £1billion out of the club since then in personal dividends.

Will this protest happen? Will it help?

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