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Imagine the FROTH if this had been Liverpool fans at Anfield

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6 hours ago, TheTeapot said:

Imagine the FROTH if this had been Liverpool fans at Anfield

The most vocal about this incident are the Liverpool fans...

This was United fans protesting against the ownership of their club and the massive debt those owners have lumbered the club with.

There was no need for the violence but by blocking the hotel and getting the game cancelled they have ensured worldwide media coverage of the issue. 

The idiots who became violent need weeding out and banning.

Liverpool fans need to wind their necks in.  This wasn't United supporters attacking an opposition team coach which fans of another club have done (three times). 

I think the FA/Premier League rules are contradictory on a points deduction in these circumstances. 

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1 hour ago, TheTeapot said:

Should be an automatic 3-0 away win and a massive fine for MUFC.

 

How many points should LFC be deducted for their fans attacking opposition team coaches?

Listen to Carragher and go after the owners rather than trying to score points against other fans.

Liverpools owners were every bit involved in the ESL as the Glazers.

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A game was scheduled. It didn't take place. 0-3. Standard.

If it had been Liverpool fans who'd caused the game to be delayed and then abandoned the reaction would be different. You know it too. 

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Whenever the game is rescheduled to be played (and it will be, biggest money maker for the butter-wouldn't-melt-in-their-mouth decision makers at Sky Sports), whether it's in a closed stadium, or when fans can attend, the best thing that can happen for football is that BOTH sets of fans (I know, I know, we "hate" each other), to join in a massive protest, showing that football without fans, is indeed, nothing. 

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15 hours ago, TheTeapot said:

A game was scheduled. It didn't take place. 0-3. Standard.

If it had been Liverpool fans who'd caused the game to be delayed and then abandoned the reaction would be different. You know it too. 

Why would the game be rescheduled if they are planning on awarding a 0-3 win to Liverpool?  Based on what I have seen Liverpool, United, Trafford Council, GM Police and the Premier League were all involved in the discussion and decision to postpone the game.

It would have been a surprise if Liverpool fans had turned up to protest about the Glazer's ownership of United.  Many Liverpool fans have relished in the fact that the Glazers lumbered the club with debt, have leached off various dividends and spectacularly failed to maintain the stadium and make appropriate footballing appointments.

As has been suggested we, the fans, would be much better served by coming together and pushing for reform in the way our clubs are run.  Arguing over whether or not the reaction would have been different if it had been Liverpool fans doing the same at Anfield is pointless and allows simply distracts us from the real issue which is the parasites running the clubs. 

I believe that unless the Glazers react soon then the United fans will attempt to have every game between now and the end of the season cancelled by blockading hotels and the routes to the stadium.  Remember the pictures of the fans at Carrington with a sign which said something along the lines of "you play when we let you"?

 

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It was in the premiership's interest and sky sports interest to call off the game. They want this story as big as possible. I understand your point with regards to sticking together, i am with united fans 100% on this one. But rules are rules. 3:0 win united 20 point deduction viva l'revolution

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1 hour ago, the stinking enigma said:

It was in the premiership's interest and sky sports interest to call off the game. They want this story as big as possible. I understand your point with regards to sticking together, i am with united fans 100% on this one. But rules are rules. 3:0 win united 20 point deduction viva l'revolution

Where is the 20 point deduction coming from?  

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1 hour ago, the stinking enigma said:

Next time hire a plane

Do you mean like the one in 2019 towing a "Glazers Out" banner above the Manchester United v Chelsea match? Or maybe like the one flown over the Leeds United v Manchester United game this year with the banner "2bn stolen - Glazers Out"? 

I don't think hiring planes bothers the Glazers one little bit.

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20 hours ago, TheTeapot said:

Should be an automatic 3-0 away win and a massive fine for MUFC.

 

To be fair that's likely to be the only way they're getting three points.  Can't see how they can win the game legitimately.

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18 hours ago, TheTeapot said:

A game was scheduled. It didn't take place. 0-3. Standard.

If it had been Liverpool fans who'd caused the game to be delayed and then abandoned the reaction would be different. You know it too. 

Yes but Liverpool fans are vile scum so of course it would be different.

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