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Man Utd protestors vandalise Sir Jim Ratcliffe display at Old Trafford with Glazer message



The display of Sir Jim Ratcliffe at Old Trafford was vandalized by Manchester United supporters with a message from Glazer.A big poster of Sir Jim Ratcliffe that was recently discovered close to Old Trafford has been brought back to life by a group of Manchester United supporters who have written a message that is directed

specifically toward the Glazer family. A significant number of supporters have expressed their dissatisfaction with the fact that the club’s strategic review has not resulted in a complete sale, and they continue to voice their concerns.Sir Jim is getting closer to finalizing a transaction that will allow him to acquire a 25 percent ownership in United for a total of £1.3 billion. This purchase will also include the transfer of sporting power to his INEOS team.It would appear that the Greater Manchester billionaire, who is 71 years old, has emerged victorious in the competition for takeover after it was discovered that the Glazers had no intention of completely abandoning their 18-year domination.


The Qatari royal Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani, who was solely interested in a total takeover, was unsuccessful in his attempt to acquire the company. He made an offer that was worth more than £5 billion, but it was refused.


A significant portion of the United supporters are pleased with Sir Jim’s minority investment, and they may be considering the possibility of a gradual takeover in order to finally remove the Glazers from their position.Nevertheless, there are fan organizations that will continue to resist the club’s hierarchy until the American family has permanently left Old Trafford. These fan groups have been protesting against the American family ever since their contentious buyout in 2005.


It was this week that a number of supporters became aware of a red billboard that had appeared on an advertisement board. The poster depicted Sir Jim smiling and was accompanied by the statement “Welcome to Manchester.”On the other side, it appears that a bunch of United supporters vandalized the banner on Friday, before the X (formerly Twitter) account known as “Glazer Out Stickers” shared their work.


Two stickers that read “Love United Hate Glazer” have been affixed to the poster by fans, and this poster has also been marked with the words “Full Sale Only” and “Glazers Out.”