Nobody has been happy with Manchester United’s performance lately and fans have finally decided to act.
Great changes need great revolutions and this might just be it. Fuelled by poor results and no January signings, supporters are talking about stepping up protests.
One idea being discussed is that of a 58th-minute walk out in the next home match against Wolves.
The game against Wolves is being held next Saturday (1st Feb) at 5.30 pm and is live on SkySports in the UK, making it a prime opportunity for fans to make a statement in front of television cameras.
The Mirror report:
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.
“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.”
The idea is gaining traction online via social media with supporters frustrated after seeing one of the club’s worst-ever home performances in the 2-0 defeat to Burnley.
There is enough time to prepare this with more co-ordination, and a walkout would be a powerful message to the board, and millions watching around the world, that supporters are angry and want change. Do you support the idea? What other alternatives do we have?