UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson issues a statement over Manchester United protest
Protests have erupted asking the Glazer family to give away ownership of Manchester United.
English Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he comprehended “people’s strength of feeling” over football and club possession after protests outside Manchester United’s club building.
Police dispatched an examination concerning the dissent that prompted the deferment of Manchester United’s Premier League game at home to Liverpool.
Fans attacked Old Trafford and ran onto the pitch as a feature of a show against Manchester United’s proprietors, the US-based Glazer family.
More noteworthy Manchester Police saying one of their officials required a medical emergency.
Outrage towards the Glazers has been reignited by United’s part in a bombed European Super League (ESL) project, which fell inside 48 hours a month ago after a reaction from fans, players, governments, and administering bodies.
Premier League, this season has been marred by controversies and protests starting from the creation of ESL.
This was followed by an online protest campaign aimed to stop rising cases of bullying and racism in football.