Manchester United chief Richard Arnold says he understands fans’ frustrations after a disastrous season but hopes the arrival of new manager Erik ten Hag will lead to “renewed optimism”.
Supporters vented their anger against United’s unpopular American owners during matches at Old Trafford as their team’s woeful campaign fizzled out.
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United, who last won major silverware in 2017, finished sixth in the Premier League with their lowest points total since the league was launched in 1992.
Fans have been protesting against the Glazers since they bought the club in 2005.