The Glazer family will take no notice of protests from Manchester United fans, even after they stormed Old Trafford.
That’s according to former West Ham and Celtic striker Frank McAvennie, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about last weekend’s shocking scenes.
Hundreds of fans made their way onto the Old Trafford pitch just hours before the Red Devils’ game against Liverpool.
The game was later called off as fans gathered outside the hotels where both sides were staying.
This followed thousands protesting outside the ground as fans voiced their frustrations with the club’s ownership.
The Glazers’ involvement in the planned European Super League was the final straw for some fans after years of frustration.
However, McAvennie claims the Glazers will take no notice of the protests as they are never at Old Trafford and far from danger.
“I don’t think it will bother them,” McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“They’re billionaires. They’ll say ‘what? Who? Did they? Oh alright, whatever’.
“They’re American and they can’t get away with doing American things over here, it doesn’t work.
“They’ve undervalued the fans, they’ve underestimated the fans. Football isn’t American football, it’s a fan thing and they’re furious.
“They won’t be bothered by the protests. They’re never there anyway and I think they should stay away, they aren’t in danger in America.”
Manchester United’s game with Liverpool has been rearranged to May 13.
This means they will have to play three Premier League games in just five days from Sunday.