Manchester United fans use plane to issue strong message before Leeds United clash at Elland Road

MANCHESTER United's supporters used Sunday's Premier League clash against Leeds United at Elland Road to again demand a change of ownership within the Red Devils.

By Lee Sobot
Sunday, 25th April 2021, 2:11 pm
Updated Sunday, 25th April 2021, 2:12 pm

The Manchester side were one of six Premier League clubs to announce they were joining a break-away European Super League last Sunday evening but the plans soon fell flat on their face after almost universal condemnation.

Around 20 Red Devils fans then breached security and entered the club's Carrington training ground on Thursday to unfurl banners protesting about the club's Glazer family ownership.

Those protests then continued shortly before Sunday's clash against the Whites as a plane flew over Elland Road with the message '2BN STOLEN #GLAZERSOUT'.

MESSAGE: From Manchester United's supporters before Sunday's clash against Leeds United at Elland Road. Photo by Tony Johnson.

The flyover was arranged by Red Devils fans to again stress their opposition to the Glazer family's 16-year ownership of the club.

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