Manchester United could face penalties after the game against Liverpool was postponed on Sunday.
In Manchester, it’s the next day. An absolutely incredible Sunday afternoon saw thousands of supporters ofUnited demonstrate in front of Old Trafford against the owners of the club, in the approach of the clash against Liverpool. After forcing a gate to the stadium, more than 100 people invaded the pitch, which ultimately prompted the authorities to postpone the Premier League fixture.
For former iconic players who have become consultants on TV (Roy Keane, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes), the action of Red Devils fans, furious at the involvement of American leaders in the creation of the Super League; could remain in vain. The Glazer brothers have no interest (especially economic) in selling the club. Only an amount exceeding 4 billion euros would push them to withdraw …
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Less points in the standings?
In the meantime, the Premier League and the FA will investigate the circumstances of the postponement of the meeting and… the responsibility of the club. In the championship regulations, if a club is unable to protect its stadium and access to the dressing rooms of the teams and referees, it risks a fine and a withdrawal of points. It is well stipulated that the clubs are responsible for their supporters …
After this real coup, will Manchester United fans continue to express their anger at the Theater of Dreams? New overflows could cost the club dearly. The formation of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, 2nd in the Premier League 13 lengths behind City, is 11 more than 5th in the standings, Tottenham.