Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP
Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

Jonathan White

Man United and Liverpool fans overseas can fight back against football’s greedy owners

  • Furious English Premier League fans in Asia and beyond should expect more money-grabbing ventures from club owners but they are not powerless
  • Boycotting games, merchandise, social media and China’s new Manchester United Fan Experience centre are options overseas amid European Super League backlash

Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP
Manchester United fans protest against the club’s owners outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester before their English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 2. Photo: AFP
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Jonathan White

Jonathan White

Jonathan White joined the Post in 2017 after a decade reporting on sport from China. He originally moved to Beijing to coach football in 2007 and later spent two years in Shanghai.