Owners have no plans to sell in response to protestsClub could ban fans who misbehaved on Sunday The Glazers have no plans to sell Manchester United, with the owners long-term vision being to grow the club’s value from its current £3.05bn to $10bn (£7bn).The future of United under the American family is the focus of renewed scrutiny after Sunday’s protest against their ownership which caused the match with Liverpool to be postponed after some individuals entered Old Trafford. Related: Fans saw the Glazers’ money tricks 16 years ago but no one listened | David Conn Related: ‘The beautiful game is gone’: Manchester reacts to fan protests Continue reading…
Liverpool boosted their hopes of Champions League qualification by beating Southampton 2-0 to put pressure on fourth-placed Leicester City.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says "it's not impossible, but it's difficult" for his side to make the top four this season after his side beat Southampton 2-0 at Anfield.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he is “very happy” with his team’s 2-0 win against Sheffield United.
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