The botched announcement of the Super League, which United were thought to be key drivers of, prompted a wave of fan protests. And Roy Keane quickl
The botched announcement of the Super League, which United were thought to be key drivers of, prompted a wave of fan protests. And Roy Keane quickly followed Scholes to send the Glazers a warning about their poor ownership of the Red Devils.
“It’s been building up over the last few years – disappointment in communication, stuff going on in the backroom, tickets, whatever it might be. The leadership of the club has not been good enough, when they look at the owners and feel it’s just about making money. The statement today is huge for the game to be called off,” he told Sky Sports last year.
“Sometimes you have to put a marker down for people to take notice and this will go all over the world now and people will have to sit up and take note. Hopefully the owners of Man United will say ‘these fans are deadly serious’ and there’s more to come. This is just the start of it for United fans, mark my words.”