Manchester United supporter group The 1958 have announced their protest plans for this Sunday, February 26 at the Carabao Cup final.
The Red Devils take on Newcastle this weekend in the Carabao Cup final in a tie that could secure United’s first piece of silverware since 2017.
Erik ten Hag’s side are the only team that remain in contention for all four competitions. They can book their place in the Europa League Round of 16 this Thursday when United host fellow European heavyweight Barcelona at Old Trafford in the second leg of their play-off tie.
The 1958 confirm protest plans for Wembley
The 1958 are continuing to make supporters’ voices heard amid the ongoing speculation regarding a potential takeover. Currently, it is unconfirmed whether or not the Glazer family want to oversee a full sale or minority investment, and fans intend to make it clear what they prefer.
If you’re heading down to London and want to get involved with fellow Reds, take a look through the group’s Twitter thread (@The__1958) confirming their plans en route to the stadium.
PLANS FOR WEMBLEY 🧵
Its an important week for our club both on and off the pitch. Today we announce our plans for Wembley.
– It will be a celebration of our club getting to Wembley and a chance once again of silverware. pic.twitter.com/ZI1VxkoCR3
— The 1958 (@The__1958) February 21, 2023
Ofcourse Manchester needs to once again be Red and Gold, grazers Out
We are tired of Glazars let them leave the club. Glazarsout.glazarsout