UK Man Utd supporters plan to walk around the stands of Old Trafford in the match against Wolves on 1/2 in the Premier League.
According to the Mirror, the Man Utd fans will all stand up at the same time to walk in the 58th minute, against Wolves in the 25th round of the Premier League. “Red Devils” fans believe that a toxic atmosphere is covering Old Trafford, when the Glazers and Vice President Ed Woodward fail to fulfill their responsibilities.
58 minutes, symbolizing 1958 is the time of the catastrophic crash in Munich, killing many talented Man Utd players. The only survivor, Bobby Charlton, had to wait another 10 years to lift the C1 Cup with the English team.
Man Utd fans said that if standing up and walking against the club leader in the 58th minute, the sacred number in the team history, would create the maximum effect.
On January 22, Man Utd lost 0-2 to Burnley. A day later, the “Reds” leader gave players a vacation at the luxurious Mere Golf Resort & Spa. This action angered Man Utd fans. They believe the team is indifferent to the failures.
Also in the defeat of Burnley, thousands of red-shirt fans left early when they witnessed the faded performance of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer teachers and students. Before that, they repeatedly chanted songs against the Glazers, and called for Woodward to resign.
Man Utd lost five of the last 10 matches. They stomped at fifth place in the past few months, six points behind Chelsea’s fourth.
Man Utd’s loss in 10 years under the Glazers
The billionaire family of Glazers has always faced mixed ideas for a decade as the owner of the leading football club in the UK and the world.
There are compliments alongside the many ridicule of the business brains and the financial vision of the American bosses.
As the most successful club in the Premier League era (since 1992), Man Utd have won more victories in the decade since the Glazer family took control than they had ten years earlier. . Over the past ten years, Man Utd has also won more titles than any other English club. Only Chelsea of billionaire Abramovich is near them, with 13 titles of all kinds compared to 15 of Man Utd. Man City came next, with only five titles in the last decade.