Sky News have tracked down Avram Glazer and attempted to grill him over his ownership of Manchester United.
Fan protests are dominating the news with supporters managing to get the weekend game postponed.
Sky News reported Sally Lockwood confronted Avram Glazer in America, only for him to ignore her questioning and drive away.
She asked if he had anything to say, and if he wished to apologise or engage with supporters. Glazer arrogantly refused.
Questions asked which Avram Glazer ignored…
- Do you have anything to say to Manchester United fans Mr Glazer?
- Is it time to sell the club Mr Glazer?
- Nothing to say at all?
- Are the fans just customers to you?
- Is the customer always right Mr Glazer?
- Nothing to say at all to the fans of Manchester United Mr Glazer?
- This is an opportunity for you?
- An apology perhaps?
- Are the fans just customers to you Mr Glazer?
It was Avram’s brother Joel who was at the forefront of the Super League fiasco and is believed to be more hands-on.
Nonetheless, Avram has been seen with his brother at stadia before, along with Ed Woodward, and should give the basic courtesy of a response to the questions.
Supporters are calling for a boycott of the clubs’ sponsors, which has made the news of numerous national newspapers.
The pressure is on, and if the media keep making life uncomfortable for the Glazers, there is hope they may eventually get fed up.
Seeing the disrespect from the Glazers towards the fans is enraging and adds to the frustration.
He quite easily could have responded to try and quell the storm, but his actions suggested he simply does not care.
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