Manchester United fans planning mass walkout in the 58th minute of the game against Wolves to mark a protest against present club owners.
Manchester United fans have constantly shown their displeasure towards the club’s board and owners over their inefficiency to run the club, which is going through their lowest phase in the Premier League era.
So, according to the report published by the Mirror, Manchester United supporters are planning a mass walkout during their next home game on February 1 versus Wolves.
Organisers want fans to spark a mass exodus in the 58th minute as a show of discontent towards the owners. Surely, empty stands at the Old Trafford will make huge headlines.
Fans have accused the club owners’ of negligence while running the club and allegedly doing more harm to the club than doing anything good. Manchester United has a huge fanbase around the globe and commercially the club has been doing good.
Manchester United fans are believed to be planning a mass walkout during the club's Premier League match against Wolves.
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However, when it comes to football, the club has failed to bring the right resources to the club and making accurate reforms post the Fergie era. Over £600million spent in recent times and barely a sniff of a world-class player except for Paul Pogba.
Even he is about to head out from the club under current circumstances. Manchester United lost the Champions League spot after the end of last season by ending 6th in the table.
And with these performances, it doesn’t seem that the club will be able to end up into the top-4 once again. Amidst all of this, there are chances that Ole Solskjaer will become a scapegoat.
Even he has been on a receiving end of the fans, and many demanded his exit from the club. But considering the past experiences of the club in the last few years, the solution doesn’t lie in Solskjaer’s sacking.