After Falling to Manchester United, David Beckham Shows Support of Anti-Glazer Protest

After Falling to Manchester United, David Beckham Shows Support of Anti-Glazer Protest The majority of Premier League soccer followers are rallying together with one common bond: hatred toward Americans.

Most “Yanks” — if they even care to respond — may agree that the feeling is mutual.

There is a somehow peaceful, yet somewhat fashionable protest going on overseas in soccer arenas involving green and yellow scarves. These scarves, seen below by David Beckham, support the ‘Love United, Hate Glazer’ protest — a campaign against the U.S. owner of Manchester United, Malcolm Glazer and his company. The Glazer family has burdened the 18-time champion Man U team with debt.

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After Falling to Manchester United, David Beckham Shows Support of Anti-Glazer Protest

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“I guess anytime you get below the speed limit you’re moving in the right direction.”
–John Farrell, in regards to his son’s No. 58 jersey. Jeremy Farrell is a prospect with the Pirates.

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Glad to see the hatred for Phil Kessel is alive and well. And strange.

Kessel is playing against backup goalies just about every night and D-man with one leg because thats all they need to beat Toronto. He is a super shinny player I well agree. I remember watching him punch a guy in front of the net and then hiding yes I said hiding behind Tim Thomas. He signed in Toronto because he cannot play in the playoffs he cannot play at the physical playoff level. The kid has no heart plays for the name on the back not the name on the front. The bruins have a few more of these soft players they need to replace with names like Richards, Iginla, they are leaders who can play the game hit and above all stand up for there TEAM.”
–jruff

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Cute workout, guys.

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