Protesters attacked Manchester United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward’s home Cheshire.
Protesters marched to Woodward’s home to register their anger at his involvement in the failed European Super League.
The group caused damage to the gates at the front of the drive, but no one was at home.
According to Sky Sports News , Cheshire police said they weren’t alerted about the incident.
Woodward had already tendered his resignation as United’s executive vice chairman following the league collapse and he will leave the club at the end of the Year.
Earlier, a separate group of around 20 fans, carrying banners, broke into United’s training ground to protest against the Glazer family’s ownership.
Manchester United have since increased security at their Carrington base.