Manchester United Fans To Fly A “Woodward Out” Airplane Banner At Turf Moor

Manchester United co owner Avram Glazer and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward before the match.

Reuters / Phil Noble

If there is a place that has become a residence for worries, tension and negativity, it has to be Old Trafford. The footballing season in England is only two games old, and Manchester United as a club is officially in turmoil.

The club’s recent loss to Brighton has sparked a demand for change in all levels of management, and that is beginning to spread like wildfire.

Jose Mourinho was rumoured to be the number one name in the list of those wanted out of Manchester, but latest news suggest otherwise.

According to reports, the loyal fans of the club have seen enough of Ed Woodward serve as executive vice-chairman, and they are willing to take drastic measures to see him leave.

If sources are believed to be true, then a message spread across a huge banner attached to a flying plane is what the supporters have in mind, and this is something that would definitely not evade the eye.

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The initial plan was to launch the revolt on Monday night, when United hosted Spurs, but the dates have now been shifted by a week.

With the Reds set to face Burnley on September 2, Turf Moor will be the venue, and ‘ED OUT – LUHG’ will be the message.

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A flying banner that screams “Love United Hate Glazers” should be enough signs for the management to take notice and bring about change that benefits the future of the club.

Gary Neville was the latest to point out the flaw in the man currently a target of many, as he said: “The CEO of the football club sat in his spot for two minutes after the game and I don’t want to see him do that.”