Ed Woodward’s house reportedly suffered damage as angry protestors descended on his residence last week. The Manchester United chief was not home at the time. Supporters protested outside of Old Trafford on Thursday because the Red Devils had agreed to join the European Super League.
The following day they turned up to Woodward’s home and caused damage to his gates, Sky Sports News report.
United announced earlier this month that they were one of 12 clubs joining the exclusive new European tournament.
A little over 48 hours later they were forced to withdraw from the event due to major backlash.
United fans are furious that their club would rip away the spirit of the game for larger riches.
And that led to protestors turning up at Woodward’s home.
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