Malcolm Glazer has passed away at the age of 85 and the news has been met with some mixed reaction among Manchester United fans.
Anger towards the Glazers has come off the back of crippling debts that has burdened the club ever since they took over and it boiled over after the news was broken.
Some are openly happy at the news but others haven’t condoned that stance and have instead chosen to avoid celebrating a death.
What’s your view on the news?
Personally, I won’t celebrate the death of a family man, no matter what he has done to my club. Life is bigger than football. There’s a difference between being happy with the news from the standpoint of the club and celebrating the death of someone, and it has nothing to do with a morale high horse.
Wonder who'll tweet more. Those loving Glazer's death vs. those telling those loving Glazer's death to stay classy, etc and so forth
— No Question About That (@nqatpod) May 28, 2014
— Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) May 28, 2014
@AdamMcKola Expected more from you there pal. Distasteful to say the least.
— Serge Adam (@SergeMUFC) May 28, 2014
We're gonna have a party…
— Stretty News (@StrettyNews) May 28, 2014
If you're tweeting #RIPMalcolmGlazer you're definitely not a Mancunian united fan.
— Gaz Drinkwater (@Radio_Gaz) May 28, 2014
Think i'll seriously be suspended if i actually tweeted how i honestly feel about the Glazers. My rant will wait. Condolences to his family.
— ProudRed (@ProudRed85) May 28, 2014
It's not about being on a high horse or staying classy, the fact is MG's death will not change anything. Celebrating wont make it better!
— Ciaran O'Connor (@ciaranoconnor22) May 28, 2014