Gary Neville has stated Manchester United’s homeowners, the Glazers, are responsible for followers’ protests on Sunday, forward of the Liverpool conflict.

Supporters started protesting outdoors The Lowry lodge, the place Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his staff had been making ready for the sport.

Extra protests broke out at Outdated Trafford and lots of of followers broke into the stadium and attain the pitch, earlier than being escorted out by police.

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It was confirmed on Sunday night the match could be postponed and might be rescheduled in the end.

“It is a consequence of the Manchester United homeowners’ actions two weeks in the past. There’s a common mistrust and dislike of the homeowners, however they weren’t protesting two or three weeks in the past.

“The Glazer household are struggling to fulfill the monetary necessities at this membership and the followers are saying that their time is up,” Neville, who was to cowl the match for Sky Sports activities, stated.

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Manchester United are going through a factors deduction, as Premier League and FA guidelines contradict each other on postponements.

In keeping with the FA’s rulebook in part 8.3.4, it states that United might be discovered to have been at fault for the match not going forward and see Liverpool awarded three factors.

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