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Manchester United Fans Pay For Plane to Fly Over Old Trafford on Monday with ‘Ed Out’ Banner

Manchester United Fans Pay For Plane to Fly Over Old Trafford on Monday with ‘Ed Out’ Banner

Manchester United supporters are planning an ambitious attempt to show their anger at chief executive Ed Woodward – by hiring a plane carrying a message banner.

Woodward has been under fire for several weeks now after failing to land the Red Devils a much-needed centre-back during the summer transfer window, and Sunday’s defeat at Brighton looks to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back.

United’s defensive frailties were all to obvious in the 3-2 loss, and Woodward was pictured looking far from happy in the Amex Arena stands after the full-time whistle.

But it’s Woodward who is in the sights of United fans, who have chipped in some serious dough to plan a protest during Monday’s Premier League clash with Spurs:

Despite the disappointing start to the campaign, it appears manager Jose Mourinho is being exempt from criticism at the moment, despite being the man who put his faith in struggling defenders Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof.

But what do you make of the plane plan?

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