Manchester United will now sue the English tabloidmedie The Sun, which they believe had knowledge of the plans for the attack on the club boss Ed the woodward house. It writes the BBC's team he will play for the Dan Roan on Twitter.
Breaking: Man Utd makes a formal complaint to the Independent Press Standards Organisation over The Sun's coverage of the attack on the house of Exec Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward.— Dan Roan (@danroan) February 7, 2020
Utd says it believes the newspaper “had received advance notice of the intended attack” pic.twitter.com/PqIUBBUSx2
It appears by the Roans tweet that the newspaper had received prior information about the attack. Here booklets 'The Red Devils' by the fact that The Sun was present with a journalist about the attack, and that on the basis of the quality of the pictures away also could see that the reporter had a photographer with.
the Reporter failed to call the police, and was, according to Manchester United contributing to the vandalism escalated.
Therefore, the complaints Manchester-the club now to the English body, the Independent Press Standards Associations, of that newspaper's journalist with any photographer 'encouraged and rewarded the perpetrators' and, incidentally, did not call to the police.
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the Basis for the ballad is the original article published in The Sun, where the very detailed and covered the attack and with pictures of really neat quality.
The Sun had indeed done his journalistic work both thoroughly and in a timely manner. In the article, they also managed to have an anonymous person from the group of about 20 hooded vandals in the speech.
the honourable Member is justified among the action with that 'Woodward has been a disaster as the director and must leave the club', and that they, as fans have said it a long time, 'but he seems not to hear after'.
Neither klubdirektøren, his wife or the couple's two children were staying, according to the british media in the residence when the incident took place.
in addition to being covered thoroughly by The Sun was the video also posted, presumably by the parties themselves, on the web, where it was titled 'Ed Woodward must die'.
Large parts of the club's fanbase is extremely dissatisfied with the woodward's leadership, and the 48-year-olds early death is a recurring theme in some of the more intense fan-songs sung at the Old the trafford battens.
#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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