Did Man Utd fans misspell the Glazers Out banner inside OT? Here’s the truth

It has been a tough season for Manchester United fans, domestically, in Europe, and even off the pitch. Having started the season with high expectations following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, United somehow finds themselves going trophyless and out of the top 4 race now in April.

For the Old Trafford faithful, it has been a tough pill to swallow and they have voiced out their frustrations at the United hierarchy, particularly the Glazers family who own the club.

The latest demonstration against the Glazers came on Thursday during United’s clash against Chelsea.

Red Devil supporters held a protest outside Old Trafford and most fans entered the stadium only during the 17th minute of the game as they wanted to voice protest against 17 years of ownership under the American family.

Much like how #GlazersOut has followed almost every disappointing performance this season, fans held out banners broadcasting the same message inside the stadium.

However, during this instance, it appeared that United fans had botched the protest inside the stadium due to mix-ups while coordinating the banners.

https://twitter.com/theftblunion/status/1519759167510220802

From images shared on Twitter, a mix up in the ordering of the letters resulted in the message being read as “Glarezs Out.”

As it turns out, the photo was manipulated, perhaps to put the United fans in a bad light. Safe to say it did its job as even Gary Lineker was fooled by it as he took to Twitter with the message – “sums up United at present”.

https://twitter.com/R_o_M/status/1520063235428339717