Manchester United fans are planning a mass walk-out at Old Trafford in protest against controversial owners the Glazers.
Fans disillusioned with the ownership of their club and the way the club is run by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward have planned the mass protest.
Those behind the move are calling on all United fans to walk out of the stadium in the 58th minute of their Premier League fixture against Wolves on February 1.
Organisers of the planned protest hope to convince thousands of United fans to leave their seats in what would be a symbolic gesture and show of strength against the Glazers and the controversial way they run the club.
Disillusionment among United fans reached a peak during the shock 2-0 defeat at home to Burnley on Wednesday, the first time the Clarets had won at Old Trafford for 58 years.
Fans sang anti-Glazer songs and also called for Woodward to be ousted, with the mutinous mood set to continue at the Wolves game, United’s next home game after Sunday's FA Cup tie at Tranmere and Wednesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg at local rivals Manchester City .
The Glazers have been despised by United fans ever since their heavily leveraged takeover of the club in 2005, with the US owners having taken an estimated £1billion out of the club since then in personal dividends.
Supporters have had enough and those behind the proposed walk-out are hoping to mobilise enough support to drive home their belief that a change of ownership is needed if the club is to have any chance of reclaiming its former status as the country’s dominant football force.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, meanwhile, is convinced Manchester United will give him the time and backing to turn the stumbling giants around.
"When you start on something, you stick to that plan," Solskjaer said. "For me, anyway. I'm not going to change six or eight or nine or 10 months after I got the job and start believing in a different way of doing things.
"I'm going to stick to what I've been trusted to do by the club and hopefully that'll be good enough, and they can see what we're doing is right.
"It's one of these jobs - we know how football is nowadays - but all my conversations with the club have been positive."