A few daring Manchester United fans who scaled Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania sent a strong message to the club’s owners from the summit of the tallest freestanding mountain in the world.
Due to their dissatisfaction with the Glazer family’s management, Reds supporters have been calling more often for them to sell the club. This season, there have already been a number of anti-Glazer demonstrations, and their fans have vowed to keep doing so until the owners are ousted.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s recent strong interest in a prospective purchase was welcomed news for United supporters.
The Manchester United supporter and British billionaire said he would be open to purchasing a stake in the team with the goal of a long-term takeover of the organization.
This happened when news broke that the Glazer family was considering selling a small portion of their ownership in the club. More and more supporters are speaking out loudly to urge the Americans give in.
The protesters who climbed Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano, are among those who wear the well-known yellow and green scarves and flags. To figuratively raise their complaints, the explorers scaled the entire 5,898 meters.
Two United fans holding up a #GlazersOut banner were seen in a photograph from Africa’s highest point that Twitter user @jayjuni posted. Writing to Manchester United, he said: “Lifetime achievement conquering Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the world’s tallest freestanding peak.”
Lifetime achievement climbing Kilimanjaro in Tanzania worlds tallest free standing mountain sending a big message to @manutd @JayMotty @The__1958 @mu_st @StretfordPaddck #GlazersOut #GlazersSellManUtd #the1958 #GlazersMUSTGo #GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/xtBPcSpOmt
— Jay 🔰 (@jayjuni) September 12, 2022
Many other United supporters who are fighting for the Glazers’ ouster praised the photo on social media. One person said, “Love the commitment,” and another said, “That’s got to be the world record for the highest yell of #GlazersOut.”
This comes even after Manchester United fought out for a 1-1 draw against Chelsea amid rumours of Cristiano Ronaldo switching camps to join Chelsea on a free transfer.