Roy Keane has told Sky Sports he backs Manchester United supporters protesting against the Glazers.
Fans have managed to delay kick off against Liverpool after storming Old Trafford.
While supporters have now left the stadium, the planned 4.30 kick-off will not go ahead on time.
Former captain Roy Keane is part of Sky’s coverage and he has backed the fans using their voice to protest.
Keane told Sky Sports: “100 per cent. It’s a tipping point for Manchester United fans. It was peaceful.
“They have had enough. Enough’s enough. These are the best fans in the world. They’ve shown today they have had enough with the ownership of the club.
“The United fans want the Glazers out. They (the owners) don’t care about the fans.”
Gary Neville added: “All football fans should unite today behind what Manchester United fans have done.
“Today there is anger, tomorrow I hope it moves towards mobilisation and reform and regulation.”
Neville warned also that big clubs will try again to organise another European Super League.
He wants to see legislation brought in to prevent club owners trying again.
Today’s game appears as though it may still go ahead but there has not yet been a revised kick-off time announced.
United are looking to go 16 points ahead of Liverpool with a win, if the game goes ahead.
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