Angry fans make their feeling known outside Old Trafford as part of Sunday’s protests
Fans told the glazer family their apology over joining the Super League wasn’t accepted
Fans in green and gold protest scarves chant outside Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon
Stewards struggled to contain the fans who invaded the pitch through a corner of the stadium near the Stretford End.
They kicked footballs laid out for the pre-match warm-ups. Many of the fans wore green and gold scarves – the colours of Newton Heath, the predecessor of Man United – which have become emblematic of the anti-Glazer movement.
One supporter was filmed picking up a camera tripod from a pitchside media position and hurling it onto the pitch. Others tried to get down the tunnel, while another took a corner flag.
But the crowd did quickly disperse back outside the stadium after a few minutes.