Manchester United says it will work with police to identify protesters who committed criminal acts at Old Trafford
Manchester United has vowed to punish anyone who committed a criminal act during protests on Sunday at Old Trafford that led to the Premier League game against Liverpool being postponed.
- Manchester United says it doesn’t want to see peaceful protesters punished, but will work with police to find violent offenders at Old Trafford and will sanction members if identified
- Greater Manchester Police said six officers were injured in the protests, with one suffering a fractured eye socket and another dragged and kicked
- One man has been arrested and police say they are reviewing footage to try to identify the organisers of the demonstration
United fans protesting against the club’s American owners, the Glazer family, stormed into…