Interesting Premier League news are out and it has been reported that Liverpool fans are planning protests ahead of Sunday’s huge game against Manchester United.
Local newspapers have reported that Liverpool fans are planning a 10,000-strong protest march on Sunday in a renewed attempt to drive co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett out of Anfield.
As the crisis at the club grows, supporters group Spirit of Shankly have reacted to the Americans’ expected presence at the crunch Barclays Premier League clash with Manchester United by organising a demonstration against them.
Reflecting on Liverpool’s worst losing streak for 22 years, SoS spokesman Paul Gardner told reporters that there are two culprits – Gillett and Hicks.
He added that they are the ones who put Liverpool into £245million worth of debt, promised the fans a stadium which has not been built.
He also added the owners took money out of the club to pay for their own expenses.
Paul Gardner stressed that the fans want the owners out now.