Manchester United supporters splashed paint on a mural of Pep Guardiola after the club’s 3-6 defeat by Manchester City in the English Premier League.
A blue-backed image with the Spanish boss’s face with the Manchester City logo was previously erase in a green font that reads ‘MUFC’ a few weeks ago. After a few hours it was redrawn.
Recently, a good football fan brought red to splash on this picture again. With the club’s initials ‘MUFC’ written on it as well, the artwork’s home owner, Leslie Kelly, hopes to raise money for local and national charities. Talk about dissatisfaction with what happened.
“It’s really frustrating,” Kelly told the Manchester United Evening News. The neighbors tried to yell at them this time. So they ran away quickly.”
“It has nothing to do with ufabet football. It’s a very stupid asset destruction. It is to brighten and help the community. We listen to this to bring together different charities and raise awareness of some really important causes.”
Describing the vandals as “childish and not real fans”, he added: “It’s a work that meant a lot to the fans. All football fans can appreciate what he (Pep) has done, he’s a legend of not just this club but the sport.
“It brought a smile to people walking past and is a great thing to have for matchdays.”
He was not downbeat for too long however and set about repairing the damage caused.