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Walking around Wembley Stadium last Sunday, it was blatantly obvious that the green and gold scarves were out in abundance.

Blatantly obvious that the protest campaign is to continue this season as the quest to oust the Glazer family continues.

Whether it`ll finally succeed or not nobody knows but Sir Alex Ferguson has a message, printed in theNews of the World this morning that leaves us in no doubt o f his thoughts, see what you think,

"There is one situation that clouds the new season and that is the continued opposition to the Glazer family, our owners."

"I have no problem with the green and gold campaign. Fans are entitled to protest but not, I suggest, to the detriment of the team."

"The fact is that the Glazer family own the club and until such time as they decide they want to sell they will stay regardless of the protest."

"I don`t want United mired in so much controversy that it deflects from winning matches."

"Whenever we have had success it has been a collective effort with everyone united - management, players and fans."

"Players respond to and relish support. I see the protest groups has come up with a new slogan along the lines of 'New season, same goal."

"I know what they have in mind but I just wish they meant that once again we will be united, busting a gut to win something big. In that sense it`s not a bad slogan."


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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday August 15 2010
Time: 12:13PM

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I didnt see much green and gold at wembley to be honest (or not as much as there was at the peak of the protest last year). People are entitled to protest against the glazers but I do think you look a bit silly if you've renewed your membership and season ticket, bought the latest replica shirt and then put a G&G scarf on - I think it makes you look like you kinda missed the point. Just my opinion.
tuscan3000
15/08/2010 18:44:00
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Haven't seen you on here for little while tuscan and my opinion is the same as yours, too many people have gone with the flow.
TheFamousNo7
15/08/2010 23:14:00
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sheep syndrome perhaps!
Red Boy
16/08/2010 19:47:00
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