ANGRY Manchester United fans have promised “bigger, better and louder” protests to try and force the Glazers out.
New CEO Richard Arnold admitted last year was a “f***ing nightmare” in a stunning face-to-face in a Cheshire pub.
Gerry Deakin, one of the men who grilled him, tweeted: “He confirmed the protests are working and relentless pressure and sponsor bashing will only help get rid of the Glazers.
“Bigger, better and louder next season. The Glazers are on the ropes. Let’s get rid once and for all.
“What the ‘chat’ did do is confirm one thing . . . constant protests, sponsor bashing and direct action are working.”
Fans planned a protest outside exec Arnold’s home amid ongoing fury over the Glazer family’s ownership.
But following a tip-off, he met the 12 fed-up punters at the Boot Inn in Willington — where he sensationally admitted United have “f***ing burned through cash”.
There have been several anti-Glazer demonstrations in the past two seasons.
But Arnold, 51, who was filmed during the chat, said: “You know what it was like in 2005, the pressure put on the owners not to buy the club. They bought it anyway.
“If you want to think about them that way, they’re rock hard, they’re not frightened of people.”
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The 1958 group have organised recent demos and are planning another mass protest at Old Trafford for the season opener against Brighton on Sunday, August 7.
Arnold was managing director before replacing Ed Woodward in February.
Another supporter who quizzed him tweeted: “I’m not saying Richard Arnold is a saint and we don’t believe everything he said but fair play to him.
“Ed Woodward would 100 per cent never have had the balls to speak to fans at his local pub.”