← Back to list
No points deductions for Man Utd over protest
May 03, 2021
Reports say Manchester United will NOT be hit with a points deduction, after a fan protest forced the postponement of their home Premier League game against Liverpool.
However, TalkSport says United could hit with a fine, if authorities determine that their security measures were not strong enough.
A huge crowd of United fans demonstrated against the club's owners at Old Trafford.
Some clashed with police, leaving two officers injured, while others managed to force their way into the stadium.
Meanwhile Premier League officials could struggle to find an appropriate date to reschedule the match
According to the current schedule, United already have a packed fixture list for the remainder of this season.
They are already due to play ever midweek this month before the Premier League season ends on May 26th
Singaporean charged over social media death threats to footballer.
A court in Singapore has charged a teenager for sending death threats to Brighton player Neal Maupay on social media following a match against Arsenal last year.
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno suffered a serious knee injury due to a challenge by Maupay, and the Gunners went on to lose the match 2-1.
Stay updated when it comes to local and international sports events!
Find out all the latest scores and news from your favourite sports like football, badminton, tennis, golf and so much more
Make sure you tune in to the Sports Update at these times:
7am, 8am, 9am, 10am, 5pm, 6pm
8am, 10am, 12 pm