Sunday’s protest against the Glazer ownership of Manchester United forced the postponement of the Liverpool match.
It got the world’s attention – but what now?
Although protests happened before the Glazers took control of the club and on various occasions since, the gathering at the Old Trafford forecourt, the entering of the stadium, and the disruption outside the Lowry Hotel constituted the largest statement of dissent towards the owners yet.
It’s been claimed that further protests are being planned, but Avram Glazer’s total silence under questioning from a reporter yesterday suggested no imminent change of stance from the owners.
So, what do you think should happen next? Should the protests continue, and if so, in what form should they take? Or do you think the protests have gone too far and supporters should think again?
Have your say in the comments below, and debate it with other supporters.