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    Manchester United claim they will ban any fans found to have been involved in criminal or violent behaviour during protests which forced the postponement of their Premier League football match against Liverpool

    Manchester United claim they will ban any fans found to have been involved in criminal or violent behaviour during protests which forced the postponement of their Premier League football match against Liverpool


    A number of supporters forced their way into Old Trafford prior to the scheduled kick-off as a demonstration against the club owners, the Glazer family.

    Two officers were injured, with one requiring emergency hospital treatment, while the Greater Manchester Police claim bottles and barriers were thrown outside the ground.

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