Atlético Madrid fans have adopted green and gold scarves in protest against chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin and president Enrique Cerezo.

They initially used blue and white scarves, the colours of their first kit, but felt like these weren’t different enough from their current colours which differs only by having additional red.

So, in order to stand out, they have followed suit with United in using green and gold to show their dissatisfaction with those in charge of their club.

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