Man Utd axe phone-in shows on MUTV over fears of anti-Glazer fans calling in


MANCHESTER UNITED have cancelled two phone-in programmes on their own TV channel over fears of anti-Glazer calls.

A growing #GlazersOut social media campaign has gathered pace this summer, spooking the club and MUTV hierarchy.

Man Utd have cancelled the Paddy Crerand Show over fears of anti-Glazer calls

Fans have bombarded a club email address with anti-Glazer messages after it was posted on Twitter.

Monday night’s Paddy Crerand Show, in which the 1968 European Cup-winning legend takes calls from fans, was canned as has his scheduled programme next week.

The Glazer family took over in 2005 borrowing against the club’s assets and plunging it into debt.

It is estimated they have cost United around £1billion facilitating the debt with interest and fees, plus there have been dividends for family members.

Now, following a dismal end to last season, the American owners have once again become the target of fans’ fury.

A United spokesman last night insisted the Paddy Crerand Show takes a break most summers and will be back for United’s pre-season next month.



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