I woke up this morning a little hungover and saw this protest happening. I was only have paying attention and had the sound off on my TV. I assumed it was a BLM protest about something terrible that happened in Manchester. Maybe it was about Brexit. I had no idea. Nope...these guys just hate the Glazer Family. Hate them so much and they can't fucking take it one more second. They took actions into their own hands. Did they accomplish anything? Of course not. But they must have felt great getting that off their chest. Fook the Glazers. The Fans apparently want to enact this rule that I blogged about in Germany a couple weeks ago
The 50+1 rule guards against this. In short, it means that clubs – and, by extension, the fans - hold a majority of their own voting rights. Under German Football League [DFL] rules, football clubs will not be allowed to play in the Bundesliga if commercial investors have more than a 49 percent stake.
In essence, this means that private investors cannot take over clubs and potentially push through measures that prioritise profit over the wishes of supporters. The ruling simultaneously protects against reckless owners and safeguards the democratic customs of German clubs.
They are tired of the Glazers fucking up their once proud club and they want controlling interest for themselves. Like Troopz said a few weeks on PMT...baseball and all our leagues here are business. Football(futbol) is a SPORT, blud. They need to keep the money out of it because it just corrupts the beautiful game. I'd love to do this with the Blackhawks. Get Bowman out. It'd be incredible to have a say in the goings on. I am just not a protest guy, but I kind of want to be a Man U fan because I love these guys. As long as they were non-violent and didn't really destroy anything I am in on this protest. I will be a Red Devil. #GlazerOut.
As of right now fans are still in the stadium singing and protesting, but they've been removed from the field.