Manchester United: Fans Plan Glazer Protest If Signings Aren’t Made Soon
According to FTBpro.com, Manchester United supporters are fed up with the lack of quality signings coming into Old Trafford. From last year to this year, the only quality signings that makes sense to me is Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw. Last year additions of Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini are not working out as many would have hoped. Mata basically neutralizes Adnan Januzaj playing the attacking midfielder position, and Fellaini has been disappointing. The front office of the Glazer family and Ed Woodward are to blame for these poor signings.
As of right now, Manchester United is not a top-quality club in the English Premier League and do not have world-class players outside of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie. At the beginning of the transfer window, supporters were promised that world-class signings would be coming into Old Trafford, but more than half way into the transfer window, United has only brought in two signings and it appears that a failure is inevitable for the Red Devils.
Along with only two signings, United lost to Swansea City in the season opener, which could be another reason as to why club supporters are calling for the removal of the front office. Another signing was confirmed in Marcos Rojo, but more transfers will need to be made to appease supporters of the club.
On Sept. 14, if more signings are not confirmed and are not heading to Old Trafford, the protests will continue and Woodward and the Glazers could be out of England. There needs to be improvements made to the club, and so far, nothing has been done. World-class players need to come to United, such as Arturo Vidal and Angel Di Maria, or this season will end up like the 2013-14 campaign.
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