Supporters’ calls for help with legal action ignored

icon nofans15 December ~ In 2007 more than 70 Manchester United supporters left the Stadio Olimpico with injuries after they were attacked by ultras outside the ground and the police inside. After that Champions League game United released a statement defending their supporters and offering assistance in earning them justice. However, nearly eight years later the Independent Manchester United Supporters Association are still pursuing legal action against the Italian police and have been abandoned and ignored by their club. In his column for the Guardian over the weekend, Daniel Taylor explained why the fans deserve more aid from their club.

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