Manchester United staff feared for their safety after being confronted by a drunken fan who entered the first team’s dressing room during Sunday’s protest at Old Trafford.
The Daily Mail claims nine staff, including team medics, physios, masseurs and kit men, were preparing for the Premier League clash with Liverpool when 200 protesters dug into the ground .
And one fan even made it to the home locker room, where he clashed with shocked staff members, pointing to a huge breach of United’s security system.
Thousands of Red Devils supporters demonstrated against club owners, the Glazer family, outside their home ahead of the Liverpool showdown, which was ultimately postponed.
Two policemen were seriously injured as a result of the melee, one with a significant facial injury after being attacked.
United were one of six Premier League founding clubs to join a breakaway European Super League last month, which was scrapped just 48 hours later after a huge backlash in the football world.
The Red Devils plan to take action against any fan found guilty of a criminal offense.
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“The club has no desire to see peaceful protesters punished, but will work with the police to identify those involved in criminal activity, and will also issue its own sanctions to any subscription holder or identified member, in accordance with the policy. of sanctions published “, read statement.
The latest protests followed previous demonstrations of training grounds and stadiums ahead of Liverpool clash.
The Manchester United Supporters’ Trust have since issued an open letter to Joel Glazer, which includes a four-point plan to which he wants a response by Friday.
They have warned the club that they will face further protests unless they receive a response with the necessary assurances.