Manchester United have launched a statement after their Premier League match towards Liverpool was postponed on Sunday.
Recall that Man United’s Premier League conflict towards Liverpool was called off following a large followers protest inside Outdated Trafford pitch earlier than the scheduled four.30 pm kick-off.
Man United supporters, who’re demanding that homeowners the Glazers household depart the membership, held up placards and lit up flares whereas chanting anti-Glazers songs.
Reacting, Man United expressed remorse over the disruption to the crew and actions which put different followers, workers, and the police at risk.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s aspect additionally promised to help the police in any subsequent investigations.
The statement learn, “Following dialogue between the Police, The Premier League, Trafford Council and the golf equipment, our match towards Liverpool has been postponed as a result of security and safety issues across the protest immediately. Discussions will now happen with the Premier League on a revised date for the fixture.
“Our followers are enthusiastic about Manchester United, and we utterly acknowledge the precise to free expression and peaceable protest.
“Nevertheless, we remorse the disruption to the crew and actions which put different followers, workers, and the police at risk. We thank the police for his or her help and can help them in any subsequent investigations.”