It would be a shame to say, that the mood is good among the Manchester United fans.
the Waves of frustration goes pretty high for the time. The same week as some are clearly very unhappy, hooded United fans attack the owner of Bob the woodward house, should the club out in a semi-final against arch-rivals from the City of Carabao Cup semi-final. It ended up not nicely, informs british the Daily Mail.
Pep Guardiola may not like what he hears, following a violent showdown against United. Fanproblemer of the two clubs has evolved intensely in the week. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
United fans resorted to vandalism and ripped the seats to throw them against the nearby City-section. Then there was thrown with flares from hjemmepublikummet at the Etihad, and United had an intense red smoke, when they came in front 0-1. The only scoring, however, was not enough to prevent the City from going ahead with a total of 3-2.
Vinderholdets fans also got the opportunity to mock United for the club's traumatic Munich-accident from 1958, where the majority of the then squad died in a plane crash. It all became too much, think Manchester City, who will find the responsible reviewing overvågningskameraerne. City-manager Pep Guardiola will also draw a line in the sand.
- I do not like it. I didn't know it, but if it happened, so it was not very nice, he said after the match.
- I did not like what happened with Bob Woodward. It is football. If you look at United's team, so it is very good. It is not the right way to do it, he continues.
Wednesday's debacle at the Etihad. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
The violent incidents come in the wake of Tuesday night's invasion of the disputed United-the owner of the woodward house. Around 20 hooded persons committing vandalism against the villa, and on the videos, you can also see the assembly stand and shout threats against the house.
All because Woodward has been 'a disaster' as the owner of the club, and that enough must now be enough, said a representative for the group.
United has condemned the attack in the strongest terms. With regard to Wednesday night's fan-escapades in the Manchester derby has Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who expressed disgust for the Woodward-vandalism, not something positive to say.
- We will have rivalry, but keep it in a mentally healthy level. Let's make sure to root it now. We are all behind the Pep, said it is also not too popular Norwegian in the United trænersæde.
#Mufc fans throw flares that Ed Woodward's house as anti-board protests escalate. [Sun] #Mulive pic.twitter.com/fogv4pFNCc— United Daily (@UnitedDaily9) January 28, 2020
Manchester United fans allegedly firing Flares to Ed Woodward's House. Please I hope this ain't true pic.twitter.com/bpP8BUKEyG— indykaila News (@indykaila) January 28, 2020
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