Man United proprietor Avram Glazer confronted by reporters, refuses to apologise for position in ESL plans
Manchester United fans – look the other way now.
Club owner Avram Glazer was confronted by reporters in Florida and has refused to apologize for his role in the recently collapsed European Super League.
Tensions among fans of the Red Devils are exceptionally high.
Hundreds and hundreds of supporters went to Old Trafford last Sunday in protest against the Glazer family.
Manchester United fans will urge U.S. billionaires to pack, sell and step out after Sky News recently claimed Glazer refused to apologize at all.
Sky News claims reporters reached out to Glazer and said, “This is an opportunity for you – maybe an excuse?” and “Are fans just customers for you?”
Instead, the American businessman got into his car and drove off without saying a single word.
Glazer, who appeared in a medical mask and sunglasses, was found to be buying groceries before being confronted by US reporters.
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In response to Glaser’s recent involvement in the proposed ESL, Manchester United’s Supporters Trust (MUST) issued an open letter to the club’s owners earlier this week.