- Man United faithfuls have allegedly thrown flares at a house reportedly to be Ed Woodward's
- The Red Devils faithful have in the past reacted to the leadership of the club since the Americans took over
- United are fifth on the table and have a two-goal deficit to overcome in the Carabao Cup against Man City
A group of Man United fans were allegedly throwing flares at the house the club's Chief executive officer Ed Woodward.
In video clip circulating social media a collection of restive youths took to the street regarding the team's ownership and their current leadership.
The Glazers family and Ed Woodward have been under severe attacks from Red Devils supporters and recently it has been getting worse.
There were chants of 'build a bonfire' directed at the leadership of the club in the video on snapchat as flares were thrown at the house reportedly to be the CEO's
The caption on the video also had: "Ed Woodward's gonna die".
Man United have been struggling since the Americans took over at Old Trafford and fan believe the leadership of the club is the cause of their misfortunes.
The Theatre of Dreams outfit have are way behind league leaders and fiercest rivals Liverpool and six points behind the top four position.
They have to overturn the 3-1 deficit suffered at the hands of neighbors Man City in the Carabao Cup semi-finals second leg at the Etihad.
United also struggling with injuries to some of their top stars including Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Scott MCtominay.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in the market to sign a new midfielder and striker but deal for Bruno Fernandes and Edison Cavani is still dragging.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United have over the years have struggled to hit top form since Sir Alex Ferguson retired at Old Trafford.
The likes of Liverpool and Man City are the leading English football clubs over the years with United failing to make top four in the last two seasons.
Legit.ng also reported that David de Gea jokingly sent a provocative message to Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero when both players crossed paths at a restaurant.
The Manchester United shot-stopper brought out his middle finger as he taunted his former Atletico Madrid teammate in Hale Village, Cheshire.
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