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Man United fans protest again outside Old Trafford
AP , Thursday 13 May 2021

Manchester United fans let off flares and hold a banner as they protest against the Glazer family, the American owners of Manchester United, before their English Premier League soccer match against Liverpool at Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, England, Thursday, May 13, 2021
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Hundreds of Manchester United fans are protesting outside Old Trafford ahead of the team's match against Liverpool, which was postponed two weeks ago due to unrest.
There was a stronger policing presence outside the stadium on Thursday after some fans managed to get inside and stormed the pitch on May 2.
Fans setting off flares are protesting against the owning Glazer family following the club's part in a failed attempt to launch a European Super League last month.
Co-owner Joel Glazer has pledged to engage more with fans going forward.
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