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The Glazer family is “going to skip Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral because Man United’s owners are worried that heckling from supporters will overshadow the event.”

Sir Bobby Charlton, 86, of Manchester United and England passed away.
Most people agree that Charlton is among the best players to have ever played the game.

It has been reported that the Glazer family would not be at Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral.

After battling dementia for a month, Sir Bobby, who is recognized as one of the best players to have ever played the game, passed suddenly at the age of 86.

He earned 106 caps for his home nation and made 758 appearances for United. At Old Trafford, a stand bears his honor.

Following his death, United employees and supporters have been in grief; on Monday, a service in Manchester will mark the world’s final goodbyes to the club legend.

Furthermore, The Daily Star claims that the Glazer family’s decision to skip the event will further sour relations with supporters.

Reportedly, the Glazer family will not attend Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral.

Last month, 86-year-old Sir Bobby Charlton of Manchester United and England passed away.

It is believed that the Glazers took this decision to prevent the ceremony from being overshadowed by abuse from supporters.

They want Chalrton to make the headlines, not themselves, yet this will undoubtedly be met with criticism.

The Glazers were acquainted with Charlton, as the legendary player served as the club’s director and was a frequent visitor to Old Trafford before to his illness three years prior.

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