Are you fed up of the Glazers owning Manchester United? We are.
The last two weeks on Wednesday at 8pm, United supporters have taken social media protests global, trending #GlazersOut worldwide on Twitter.
This week we are again banding together to urge fellow fans to Cancel MUTV, to stop lining the Glazers’ pockets.
It is one practical way for supporters to take action against the American owners, who have taken more than £1 billion out of the club since buying a majority stake in 2005.
United have recently been offering half price subscriptions to supporters.
Some high profile supporters or journalists have dismissed the Glazers Out protests as confined to social media.
A poorly organised protest at Old Trafford on Saturday did not help, but this was not put together by any of those leading the Glazers Out movement. Nor is it indicative of the masses of fans supporting the campaign.
Last week fans attempted to dent the club’s share price with an online protest targeting the New York Stock Exchange.
The club’s sponsors have been targeted, and each and every post from the club’s Twitter account is hammered with green and gold Glazers Out responses.
Last week in a damage limitation move, the club dropped from posting 17 twitter updates in four days, to just four in seven days.
Towards the start of the season, more co-ordinated action will inevitably be planned.
If results on the pitch are not good, it will fuel the ill feeling around Old Trafford.
United supporters are sick and tired of the club’s under investment. This has played out disastrously on the pitch by our high standards over the last six years since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure.
There is no clear answer as to a buyer for the Glazers’ stake. But they need to be reminded they will never be welcome as owners, and to consider their position at the top untenable, so they actively start looking to sell.
They haven’t put a penny into United, so why should we?