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Man United fan ‘Angry Ginge’ clashes with supporter at FA Cup Final

‘Angry Ginge', a popular Youtuber and dedicated Manchester United fan, clashed with a fellow Red Devils supporter during their side's FA Cup Final triumph over rivals Manchester City.

The Youtuber took issue with a message displayed on the back of the fan's shirt and voiced his opinion in the stands at Wembley Stadium.

‘Angry Ginge' clashes with fan at Wembley

Youtuber and Manchester United fan 'Angry Ginge' clashes with suporters during FA Cup Fina
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Who is ‘Angry Ginge'?

For those of you who are unaware, ‘Angry Ginge' is a famous Youtuber in the United Kingdom who has built up a following online over the last few years. His content was originally geared around football, and his love for Manchester United was and still is a huge part of his personality.

His catchphrase of “Yanited, Yanited, Yanited” has become iconic and is regularly referenced throughout his many videos.

‘Angry Ginge' confronts ‘Ten Hag Out' Man United fan

While appearing to film a vlog in the stands, ‘Angry Ginge' spots a Man United fan sat a few rows ahead of him donning a shirt displaying the message “Ten Hag Out” on the back.

The 22-year-old immediately took issue with the message and proceeded to confront the supporter without hesitation. Shortly after, he can be heard shouting “What the f*** have you got on your shirt?”, which began a brief verbal altercation between the two.

Whether you are a pro Ten Hag Man United fan or indeed a Ten Hag out Man United supporter, a cup final day is the time to come together and support the team as one, not to create divisions within the fanbase by displaying messages about the manager.

Fans react to ‘Angry Ginge' confrontation

Given his sizeable presence on social media, it should be no surprise to learn that the altercation caught the attention of many online – the majority of which sided with the content creator.

One fan took to X, formerly Twitter, to say: “What a melt. United played arguably their best game of the season. No way did City deserve anything out of that. Well done Ginge you finally got to see your team lift some silverware after a torrid season.”

While another added: “Literally no point turning up if you don’t want to back the players and manager.”

A third supporter stated that fans should never wear shirts displaying such messages, saying: “Shocking. Hate them kind of shirts.. what kind of fan do you have to be to wear something like that? Worse than half n' half scarfs that. Just.”


Harry Dowsett

Freelance football writer with experience writing for multiple digital platforms, such as GIVEMESPORT. Recently graduated from Portsmouth University with a media studies degree - completing a dissertation on the evolution of sports journalism in the process. He has a love for Arsenal Football Club and a passion for football as a whole.

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