Manchester United plays Liverpool on Monday, but protests surround the derby. United fans criticized the team's owners.
Discontent has risen after United's terrible start to the season, in which they've lost both games (2-1 at home to Brighton and 4-0 at Brentford).
About 10,000 supporters marched to Old Trafford and yelled, "We want Glazers out," as they held banners asking for the Americans to sell United.
After the Glazers took over Man United in 2005 (two years after they started buying shares), the club's debt soared to 550 million pounds overnight.
It is estimated that interest, debt, and dividend payments to the Glazers cost United about £1 billion.
Despite money problems, Man United has underperformed since Sir Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford in 2013.
1958, a fan organization organized Monday's protest stated, "They're destroying our club's history, traditions, and culture."
Manchester United hasn't won a major title in five seasons, their worst run since the 1980s. The club has spent $1.5 billion on players since 2013.
Erik ten Hag, their fifth manager since Ferguson, has started poorly. there are questions about the Dutch coach's tactics and team selection.
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to quit Manchester United because they didn't qualify for the Champions League.