US News fan protests bring manunited by 200 million deal

11:15  09 may  2021
11:15  09 may  2021 Source:   spox.com

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Manchester United fan protests cost club massive £ 200 m sponsorship deal as company frets over anger towards Glazers. According to an exclusive report from Jamie Jackson of the Guardian, Manchester United have lost a training kit sponsorship deal worth £ 200 m as a result of the protests against the Glazers. The Guardian have found via sister publication the Observer that the Manchester-based The Hut Group (THG) were concerned about boycotts against the club’s commercial partners from fans .

Manchester United have reportedly missed out on a new training kit deal worth £ 200 million over 10 years due to concerns over the anti-Glazers campaign. United were meant to replace AON with Myprotein, a Cheshire firm owned by Manchester-based company The Hut Group, as one of their The fans expressed their frustration at the American owners by storming Old Trafford ahead of United ’s clash with Liverpool. Hundreds of fans protested outside the stadium, while a select few even made their way into the stadium. As a result, Manchester United ’s Premier League fixture against the Reds

Manchester United searches for a new sponsor for the training clothing. An already agreed deal is obviously burst.

Wärmt sich mit der Trainingskleidung für ManUnited auf: Paul Pogba. © Getty Images warms up with the training clothing for manunited: Paul Pogba.

After the Game Bags last Sunday against Liverpool, the fan protests Manchester United now meet in the financial field. As the "Observer" reports in England, "The Hut Group" has retreated from a considered deal.

The billions companies from Manchester should have been prepared to pay 200 million pounds for ten years to act as a sponsor for training clothes with "MyProtein". The deal with the previous sponsor "AON" runs on 30 June.

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Manchester United have had to act amid increased threats from supporters who are planning a second protest before Thursday's rearranged match with Liverpool at Old Trafford. Manchester United have taken new measures to improve security as fans threaten further protests this week. A new, more imposing, barrier has been installed at the entrance of their Carrington training base and the number of security guards has been increased nearly tenfold to the amount on duty last month.

“Our fans are passionate about Manchester United , and we completely acknowledge the right to free expression and peaceful protest . However, we regret the disruption to the team and actions which put other fans , staff, and the police in danger. Fans have many channels by which to make their views known, but the actions of a minority seen today have no justification. We sympathise with the police and stewards who had to deal with a dangerous situation that should have no place in football.”

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According to the report, the massive fan protests in Manchester against the owner family Glazer led to the fact that "The Hut Group" got too many concerns about the financial dimensions.

An anonymous fan group has started an online campaign with the Hashtag "NotaNeMore" ("no longer") to boycott the big partners manunited, including adidas, day this year and Cadbury.

A detailed explanation what the fans goes to the protests against the Glazers, read here!

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