Sunday’s game against Liverpool was postponed due to mass protests outside Old Trafford against club property, as supporters surrounded the Lowry Hotel where the players were being held.
Joel Glazer was at the heart of United’s plans to join the separatist Super League competition, but the club eventually pulled out after massive pressure from supporters.
The club then released a statement in which Joel Glazer apologized to fans for the proposal after it collapsed within 48 hours.
He said, “We were wrong and we want to show that we can make it right.
“In seeking to create a more stable base for the game, we have failed to show enough respect for its deeply rooted traditions – promotion, relegation, pyramid – and we are sorry for that. “
However, when Joel’s brother Avram was approached by Sky News for comment, the co-owner ignored suggestions he could apologize for the Super League plan.
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“This is an opportunity for you – maybe an apology?” Sky said, asking if it was time for his family to sell the club and if United fans were “just customers for you”.
However, Avram Glazer ignored the questions and walked away from reporters after buying a few to finish his shopping.
Thousands of Manchester United supporters attended the mass protest on Sunday, with hundreds breaking into the stadium twice to protest on the pitch.
As a result, both clubs agreed to postpone the game after consulting with Greater Manchester Police.
The game is yet to be rescheduled, with United next in action on Thursday night against AS Roma in the Europa League semi-final second leg.