Manchester United owner Avram Glazer has refused to apologize to fans for the disastrous attempt to form a breakaway European Super League last month.
Thousands of United supporters staged a protest against club owners at Old Trafford on Sunday ahead of their game with Liverpool, which was ultimately postponed.
A section of supporters took to the pitch where a flare was launched at Sky Sports experts Graeme Souness, Roy Keane and Micah Richards, while two police officers sustained serious facial injuries.
Supporters have since written to co-chair Joel Glazer, Avram’s brother, to warn of continuing legal protests if steps are not taken to give them a stronger voice and a greater voice in the management of the club.
The Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) urged the Glazers to adopt a four-point plan, which includes the immediate appointment of independent directors to the board ‘whose sole purpose is to protect the interests of the club as a football club , and not its shareholders’.
United fans have never congratulated themselves on their owners since the club was bought in 2005 and the Super League, for which Joel Glazer would have served as vice-president, has proven to be a tipping point.
When approached by Sky News, Avram Glazer refused to apologize to fans for their involvement in the separatist competition proposals.
Meanwhile, The Sun reports the Glazers under fire are set to sanction a £ 90million transfer for Harry Kane this summer as they seek to appease their enraged fans.
Speculation has raged over the Spurs forward’s future in north London after another disappointing campaign for the Lilywhites.
Man City and United are believed to be ready to move for Kane, although Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will likely demand more than £ 120million for his talisman.