Early arrivals for the protest at Old Trafford.
Red Issue have took to Twitter to share a picture of some earlier arrivals for today’s protest at Old Trafford.
The banner held in the picture claims Avram Glazer visited an island owned by American convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein from 1998 until his 2019 death.
Early arrivals pic.twitter.com/iJUJuPD9MM
— Red Issue (@RedIssue) May 2, 2021
The protest is set to begin at 2pm — two and a half hours before United take on Liverpool in the Premier League.
According to the Daily Mail, the club is concerned that the protesters could try delay or postpone the match, but nothing of that nature has been echoed among fans. They also suggest 10,000 supporters are expected to gather outside the stadium.
Old Trafford forecourt this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/BuyZHbZH39
— Ian Stirling (@Stirling061) May 1, 2021
The aim of a protest is to have a message (50+1) and an ultimate goal (#GlazersOut).