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The Glazers maintain that United is not for sale and they will not be pressurised into selling because of the supporters' campaign.
Frank, from Didsbury, said: "We feel passionate about the cause and we're worried about what's going on at United.
Old Trafford steward Granville Boden, 53, was also sacked after he returned an anti Glazer flag to fans after it was confiscated during the match against Burnley.
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The track, based on the traditional folk song This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie, harks back to United's past and contains lyrics like 'we want Glazer out' and 'green and gold will make the Glazers sell or fold'.
The same night David Beckham donned the scarf after it was thrown onto the pitch but he later said he was unaware of its significance to the protest.
"There's a huge amount of resentment about what the Glazers have done since they came in."
Fans groups IMUSA and MUST have encouraged supporters to sport the colours again under the slogan 'Green and Gold until the club is sold'.
The anti Glazer campaign has become increasingly bitter with 21 year old Jerry Vyse losing his job at a food kiosk at Old Trafford for refusing to remove a green Nike Huarache Grey Black
The Red Knights, a consortium of wealthy supporters led by the former United director Jim O'Neill, hopes to take control of United and is preparing a potential offer for the Glazers.
Many supporters are upset after seeing their once debt free club plunged 700m into the red.
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Frank said: "When the Red Knights put their offer in we want to put the message over loud and clear that we are sick and tired of the Glazers. We want to be completely rid of them."
The price of the takeover is thought to be in the region of 1bn.
the protest against the club's American owners.
United fans have released a protest song in support of the anti Glazer family movement at Old Trafford.
Frank Haglem, who recorded the song with brother Malcolm, said they have sold around 4,000 copies since it was released online and are hoping it will chart tomorrow.
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