Man United fans storm stadium, force game to be called off
AP Global Soccer Writer
MANCHESTER, England — Anti-ownership protests by Manchester United fans forced the postponement of a Premier League game on Sunday against Liverpool after the stadium was stormed and thousands more supporters blocked access into Old Trafford as they demanded the Glazer family sell the club.
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