Reports have emerged that protestors attacked the home of the departing Manchester United executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward last week.
Demonstrators targeted Woodward's home in Cheshire last week in order to display their anger over the club's decision to be a part of the breakaway Super League before its eventual fall.
The group are said to have caused damage to the gates at the front of the drive. It is understood that nobody was home at the time.
Earlier that day, protestors had broken into Manchester United's training ground to protest against the Glazer family's ownership.
Woodward first joined Manchester United in 2005, before taking up his current role in 2012 but is set to step dow form his role at the end of 2021.
The protests continued with thousands of United fans gathering outside of Old Trafford last Saturday, against the Glazers, with another organised protest set to take place before the home game against Liverpool on Sunday May 2.
Author: Jake Wilkin