Manchester United will travel to Liverpool in the first leg of their Europa League round of 16 tie on Thursday.
Any encounter between these two clubs brings a lot of excitement along with it and United certainly don’t want to leave any stone unturned ahead of the game.
Keeping with the spirit of the rivalry, Manchester United sent a mail to all fans attending the game, promising them a free white t-shirt to wear during the game.
United’s move to create a “wall of white” at Anfield hasn’t gone down well with the club fans.
— Andrew Kilduff (@TuftyMUFC) March 3, 2016
United giving thier fans free white t-shirts for Anfield next week for a “wall of white” haha that beats plastic flags for me!!
— Craig Austin (@ozzylfc24) March 3, 2016
Excuse me? Wall of WHITE? How racist. You should be deported immediately @ManUtd
— Jüropa League (@sh__ite) March 4, 2016
Imagine spending over £100k trying to get this to wear white…heh heh heh!!! pic.twitter.com/WvGjhCIhln
— Ste A. (@sarm0161) March 3, 2016
Lol @ that wall of white idea. L.O.L
— OMARS COMING YO (@Cavsengland) March 3, 2016
Someone in the @ManUtd marketing department probably thinks this “wall of white” idea is marvellous. They’d be mistaken.
— Luke (@LukeJov) March 3, 2016
‘Wall of white’, they really have no idea about the clientele do they.. #mufc
— Sean Tallon (@STallon88) March 3, 2016
This “wall of white” idea just shows how little the club are in touch with its supporters. #MUFC
— Irah (@imfootballmad) March 3, 2016
‘Wall of White’. It’s in the bag, lads. No one can compete with this… pic.twitter.com/KGEKz3ry5l
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) March 3, 2016
I can’t wait to see this “wall of White” at Anfield next week. I’ve already ordered mine in the granddaughters size.
— Gary Thompson (@gary302) March 3, 2016
‘A wall of white’. Can’t see it catching on tbh pic.twitter.com/vDOC7LZjau
— JON (@jonnyj2k) March 3, 2016