At present fans are consulted through the fans forum with nine supporters invited to talk to the club. Ed Woodward conducted one last week in the aftermath of the failed attempt to join the European Super League.
MUST, who have stressed that they did not organise Sunday’s protest, ended their letter with a demand that they require a written response to their four-point plan, in public, by Friday.
The chances are that the response if it forthcoming will not quite be what they are looking for.
The Glazers are sitting on an asset that was valued at £3.05billion just last month and has every right to hold on to it if they so wish.
Manchester is an affluent place but the thought of the fans being able to match that sort of price tag seems fanciful in the extreme.