Manchester United tie against Liverpool that was rescheduled for May 13th might be rescheduled once again due to fear of fan unrest.
There are concerns with the second round of anti-Glazer protests rumored to be on the offing with The Anfield Buzz, a Twitter account dedicated to news coverage of Liverpool, sharing an image that has been circulating around social media, which suggests a possibility of a potential repeat of the scenes that were witnessed last week.
Further reports from Manchester Evening News indicated that they received a statement from an anonymous fans’ group confirming plans to continue protest actions next week.
“Every United fan has now seen the power they collectively hold. Last Sunday’s protests need to be a beginning, not an end. The Premier League and the Glazers are terrified the Liverpool fixture could be affected again. It’s our responsibility to make sure it is.
“The protesters at The Lowry undertook a five-hour stint. That’s the sort of action required, but all contributions are of help. Next Thursday there needs to be 10,000+ at Old Trafford, from 5 pm onwards. Do your bit, play your part, don’t leave it to others,” the group said.
It is said that the club is well aware of such plans and is in talks with the police ahead of their two games against Leicester City and Liverpool.