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Manchester United supporters are preparing further protests against the Glazers in the coming weeks after last weekend’s demonstrations before the Liverpool clash.

According to Manchester Evening News, fans could use the Red Devils’ final three home games as a stage for more demonstrations.

The Manchester giants are scheduled to host Leicester and Fulham on May 12 and 19 respectively.

There are similar plans for the postponed derby against Liverpool, which has yet to be rescheduled.

United supporters have also announced their intention to boycott companies who sponsor the club.

Hostilities towards the Glazer family, the club’s owners, have been growing ever since their failed effort to form the controversial European Super League along with 11 other elite clubs, which led to a heated protest at Old Trafford and The Lowry Hotel.

Fans have shared an open letter, which states that they will boycott sponsors, such as Chevrolet, Adidas, DHL and Marriott Hotels.

The letter read: “Manchester United fans will boycott your products, seek to tarnish your brands and support your competitors until you terminate your commercial partnership with the Glazer family.

“The global Manchester United fanbase is passionate but loyal. We [need] sponsors to realise that partnering with the failed Glazer ownership undermines ‘association with success’ and [if they] were to leave, then we’re sure United fans would once again embrace these companies for standing up for the values of the football club.”

Nevertheless, The Glazers are set to ignore the recent protests at Old Trafford and increase United’s value to $10bn (£7bn).

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