- Manchester United vs Liverpool was earlier billed to hold on Sunday, May 2
- The match failed to hold following protests by Man Utd fans over The Glazer's role in the Super League
- With the match now rescheduled to hold on May 13, protests once again rock the Old Trafford
The rescueduled Premier League clash between arch rivals Manchester United and Liverpool has been rocked with more protests as fans chant 'Glazers Out'.
Manchester United fans have continued to call for the exit of the club owners following their role in the European League.
The Red Devils, along with eleven other elite clubs in Europe, earlier announced a breakaway competition, although the six English teams involved have withdrawn.
United fans had called for explanation from the club owners over their role in the competition and protested on May 2, hours before their game against Liverpool.
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The supporters, who were in their hundreds prevented their squad from leaving the Lowry Hotel ahead of the tie.
United faithful had initially gathered en masse outside Old Trafford before they forced their way into the facility.
Footages from the protests showed the protesters on the pitch where they lit off flares and they eventually gained entrance unto the pitch.
The FA was forced to reschedule the game for Thursday May 13, and hours before kickoff, the protesters returned to Old Trafford.
Liverpool head to Old Trafford seeking a win that would earn them a huge three points in their battle to secure Champions League football for next season.
The match surely a bigger deal for Jurgen Klopp's Reds, who will be seeking to take advantage of Chelsea's loss to Arsenal and strike a blow in their fight for a top four place.
According to Mirror, Liverpool players were able to gain entrance into the facility without being detected. The outlet wrote:
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"It appears that Liverpool used covert tactics to get into the ground undetected. It's Line of Duty-level stuff, this."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Frank Lampard is top on the list of managers who have been linked with Crystal Palace.
Present boss Roy Hodgson's contract is set to expire at the end of the season and the veteran English boss has managed to keep the Eagles in the English topflight division.
The London club are weighing their options on Lampard if Hodgson does not sign a new deal at Selhurst Park.