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Desperate Manchester United Fans To Fly Banner For Woodward’s Resignation




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Desperate Manchester United Fans To Fly Banner For Woodward’s Resignation

From one crisis to another crisis, Manchester United are presently in one of the worst time in their history.

The Red Devils have been facing numerous off-field issues since the start of the summer transfer market in May when Mourinho threw a sly dig at his employers by claiming ‘they are not ready to spend’

The manager was also involved in a rift with one of the most expensive players in his squad, Paul Pogba, as reports claimed that the Frenchman told the Portuguese manager to communicate with him through his agent, Mino Raiola.

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We reported here yesterday that the very controversial manager is also having an unhealthy relationship with Anthony Martial – whom he believes is not good enough to make the club’s matchday squad this season.

The reported rift has caused division between the club’s board members and the coaching staffs and that has made their fans take unexpected action to put an end to the numerous unending issues.

However, the next unwanted scene set to be seen — as reported by the Daily Mirror— is that United fans have paid for a Banner to be flown over Turf Moor when the club battle Burnley on Saturday.

It is believed that the banner will contain a message calling for Woodward’s resignation.

According to the Daily Mirror, the banner will contain ‘Ed Out– LUHG’ (Love United, Hate Glazers).

The fans are tired of the Glazer’s reign and have resorted to flying a banner, just as they did in 2014 when they fly a banner to show their displeasure with David Moyes reign as their manager.

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