The Manchester United fans who stormed Old Trafford in Sunday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool are planning further demonstrations this season.
The match had to be called off, and a new date for the rearranged match is yet to be determined.
According to The Times, the supporters who broke into Old Trafford are planning a repeat of Sunday’s scenes when Leicester travel to Manchester on May 12.
Their intention on Sunday was to delay or postpone the match with Liverpool – which they achieved – and they are expected to try and do the same next week.
The rearranged Liverpool fixture, whenever it is scheduled, will also be the target of more demonstrations, though the Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) have offered the club’s owners a way to avoid a repeat of the scenes on Sunday.
MUST say they do not want to stage further protests and penned an open letter to co-chairman Joel Glazer detailing a way forward with a four-point plan, though they have asked for a public response by Friday at the latest.