Manchester United co-chairman Avram Glazer refuses to apologize for the European Super League conspiracy after being tracked down by a Sky News reporter at his Palm Beach home, despite fans protesting their American owners Old Storm Trafford
- Avram Glazer has refused to apologize for participating in the European Super League
- The billionaire went into hiding in his Palm Beach mansion after the incident
- After being tracked down, he had an opportunity to apologize to fans
- However, Glazer refused to comment on the situation and instead drove away
Avram Glazer has refused to apologize to Manchester United fans for attempting to join the breakaway European Super League.
The billionaire hid in his Palm Beach mansion after the soccer scandal.
After being tracked down by Sky News, Glazer had the opportunity to apologize for his role in the runaway league and reach out to United fans.
Avram Glazer (above) refused to apologize to fans for his role in the European Super League
However, Glazer refused to comment when asked if Manchester United fans were “just customers” for him.
Before getting in his car and driving away, a Sky News reporter said: ‘This is an opportunity for you – maybe an excuse? ‘
The Glazers were recently targeted by United supporters over the club’s failed offer to join the now-defunct European Super League.
However, he was tracked down and asked if Man United fans were “just customers” for him
The American billionaire refused to comment and got in his car and drove away (above)
Fans expressed their frustration with the American owners by storming Old Trafford on Sunday.
As a result, Manchester United’s Premier League game against Liverpool was postponed after hundreds of fans protested outside the stadium.
A few even came to the stadium, and a fan found his way into the dressing rooms.
Manchester United fans stormed Old Trafford on Sunday in protest of Glazer’s possession
Around 100 United protesters broke into the ground and released torches on the pitch
During a Greater Manchester Police Officer During the protest, he almost lost sight when fans threw bottles as police moved in to disperse the crowd.
The protests came after the Glazer family tried to win United as one of 12 founding members for the breakaway European Super League project.
They pulled back along with the other five Premier League officials as the scale of the backlash from fans and the wider football world became clear.
Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer admitted they “misunderstood” and “unreservedly” apologized to fans.