Manchester United have condemned the actions of a bunch of supporters who gathered outdoors Ed Woodward’s home and threw flares on the property whereas chanting he was ‘going to die’.
A hooded gang of round 20 individuals have been pictured outdoors the Cheshire residence of United’s government vice-chairman on Tuesday evening to protest in opposition to his operating of the membership and the Glazers’ possession.
They rang the intercom and, when there was no response, sprayed purple paint over it after which launched flares and a smoke bomb on the home.
United have launched a press release which says they’re working with police to establish these concerned and can take sturdy motion in opposition to those that have been in attendance, vowing to ban them from the membership for all times.
Woodward, his spouse and two younger kids are usually not believed to have been contained in the property throughout the time of the incident.
A membership assertion mentioned: “Manchester United Soccer Membership have tonight been made conscious of the incident outdoors the house of certainly one of our workers.
“We all know that the soccer world will unite behind us as we work with Larger Manchester Police to establish the perpetrators of this unwarranted assault.
“Anyone discovered responsible of a felony offence, or discovered to be trespassing on this property, might be banned for all times by the membership and should face prosecution.
“Followers expressing opinion is one factor, felony injury and intent to hazard life is one other. There may be merely no excuse for this.”
Woodward has been the topic of rising followers’ discontent at United, with the membership having didn’t win the Premier League since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013 and presently sitting fifth within the desk, 33 factors behind leaders and bitter rivals Liverpool.