Manchester United’s Carling Cup winning captain Patrice Evra says that fans are ‘not crazy’ for the continuing the green and gold protest that saw thousands of scarves at Wembley yesterday. Fans’ favourite Evra, captain in Gary Neville’s absence, is one of the few United players to comment on the protest.
“They are the original colors of Manchester United and the fans wear them because they love this club,” Evra said.
“They have their reasons for doing it and we don’t think that they’re crazy. They’d like things to change.”
More than 30,000 United fans attended the match at Wembley, with many twirling green and gold scarves above their heads as directors Brian and Avram Glazer watched on.
In related news, the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST) has enlisted social media agency Blue State Digital to increase the organisations’ membership. MUST has more than 50,000 members.
4 thoughts on “Evra – fans ‘not crazy’ for protest”
Evra – A true United LEGEND.
we want galzers out , galzers are running our club, i have away to get more attention from media we should protest at half time dont go in and by food and drinks. have protest at half sing song and anti galzers songs trust peopke will take notice half time also if we are 3 or 4 up towards end every should walk out togther. then we play wovels on saturday we should banners saying we want galzesr out and jiust sing one song that wes brown is wesly brown brown is the hard man in all the towns orange hair every were come and have go if you der we waving scarfes around and holding the banners saying we want galzers out. they there still sing wes brown keep it going for 90 minutes we need to come with news ideas obusily scarfes are not working when they were there yesterday, we want galzers out.
Well said Bri, very insightful.
Brian you are one thick fucker.