MANCHESTER UNITED fans have headed to Old Trafford in their droves to protest against the club owners.
Supporters are furious following the foiled plans for the European Super League.
Red Devil fans arranged the protest on Twitter for 3pm on Saturday – exactly 123 years after the club was founded.
Manchester United even shut the Old Trafford megastore earlier in the afternoon ahead of the expected protests.
The loyal fanbase were vocal in their anger towards American owners The Glazers which was further fuelled following the fallout of the ESL.
They set off smoke bombs, chanted against the Glazers and held banners such as 'Glazer Out Now' and 'Enough is Enough.'
Others held yellow and green snakes – a symbolic colour against the Glazers that harks back to when the club was founded in 1878.
Avram Glazer refused to apologise from his £16million mansion in Florida when quizzed by a reporter.
And when asked if he would sell United following the debacle, he snapped back: "No comment."
The tense exchange came days after his brother and fellow co-chairman Joel issued a grovelling apology in an open letter to supporters.
Supporters from the Premier League's 'big six' who were all part of the ESL have been making their discontent known.
Liverpool fans displayed banners such as 'FSG rats' before their game with Newcastle with their American owner John W Henry is refusing to sell the club.
Arsenal supporters also headed to the Emirates on Friday calling for owner Stan Kroenke to leave, just a day after Chelsea fans headed to Stamford Bridge.
A group of Manchester United fans have already held Glazer Out protests after blocking the players and manager from entering the Carrington Training Complex.
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