In pictures: Football fans join forces to protest against European Super League

In Pictures: Football Fans Join Forces To Protest Against European Super League In Pictures: Football Fans Join Forces To Protest Against European Super League
A sign outside Old Trafford expresses fans' anger at the plans for a European Super League, © PA Wire/PA Images
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By PA Sport Staff

Football fans have joined forces to protest against the plans for a new European Super League.

Banners and placards have been displayed outside Old Trafford and Anfield, while there were protests ahead of Monday night’s match between Leeds and Liverpool and Tuesday’s game between Chelsea and Brighton.

Here, the PA news agency looks at the protests in pictures:

A defaced Liverpool banner takes aim at the club’s owners Fenway Sports Group (Peter Byrne/PA)

More messages of protest outside Anfield (Peter Byrne/PA)

A banner left by Manchester United fans shows their anger (Martin Rickett/PA)

A plane with a ‘Say No To Super League’ banner flies over Elland Road ahead of Monday night’s game (Zac Goodwin/PA)

Leeds fans make their feelings clear, next to the statue of club great Billy Bremner (Zac Goodwin/PA)

A Tottenham fan makes his opposition known (Jonathan Brady/PA)

A sign left outside Old Trafford (Tim Markland/PA)

The Trafford pub in Manchester makes its opposition to the plans clear (Martin Rickett/PA)

Fans protest outside Stamford Bridge ahead of Chelsea’s game with Brighton (Ian West/PA)

Chelsea supporters make their feelings known (Ian West/PA)


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