The Glazers’ football team hasn’t been a consistent championship contender for a number of years. The Glazers have overpaid underperforming players. They’ve cycled through coaching staff after coaching staff.And their fans are livid.No, not fans of the Bucs. Fans of the Glazers’ other football team, English soccer’s Manchester United.They want the Glazers out NOW and have organized a social media campaign to pressure them to sell the club. Over the past couple of weeks, #GlazersOut has become a regular trend on Twitter.Manchester United fans have never embraced the Glazers, who in 2005 took control of the team, one of the world’s most valuable and successful sports organizations. They feared Manchester United would incur substantial debt that could cripple the club.As it turns out, those fans were prescient.Today, Manchester United has about $400 million in net debt, according to the club’s March financial report . Despite the debt, the Glazers have paid shareholders tens of millions of dollars in dividends, most of which have gone to the six Glazer siblings, and tens of millions of dollars in directors fees, most of which also have gone to the Glazer siblings.The Times reached out to Manchester United for comment. The club did not immediately respond.The masses might not be as angry if the Glazers were delivering a quality product on the field, but Manchester United, a 20-time Premier League champion, hasn’t won the title since 2012-13. It is in serious need of a rebuild, but ownership reportedly isn’t willing to invest in one. Manchester United has become a laughingstock.“Who with a name is going to go to Manchester United right now? Nobody,” said Steve Nicol, an ESPN soccer analyst and former defender for Liverpool in the Premier League. “And if (their summer transfer budget is $127 million), what’s that going to get you? One big name or maybe two really good players. Manchester United needs three-quarters of a team. … They’re in desperate trouble.”Making matters worse, fans say Manchester United’s stadium, Old Trafford, has fallen into disrepair . In April, video circulated of water pouring from the stadium roof. (At least that can’t happen at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.) One Manchester United fan website called it a symbol of the club’s current state of affairs.“It is not only the playing side of things (that’s) in urgent need of investment and open heart surgery,” Stretty News said. “The entire place needs a facelift but has been left to decay. It was yet more (evidence of) the abhorrent, criminal neglect of the Glazer regime as they continue to run the club into the ground.”The modest transfer budget and lack of investment in Old Trafford have generated speculation that the Glazers might consider selling the team. Rumors have circulated that Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is interested, but the kingdom’s media minister has called those rumors “completely false.” “You have to question whether the owners, the Glazer family, are they looking at the asset and thinking, ‘You know we’re going to have to start spending more money, and is it worth it?’” ESPN soccer writer Mark Ogden said.The Bucs’ lack of success is another blow to the Glazers’ reputation in England.“The Glazers sporting franchise in the U.S., the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, haven’t won anything for quite a long time,” Ogden said. “They’re not a group of owners that you think the first objective is to win.“You look at (Manchester) City, look at Liverpool, even Chelsea, their owners want to win (in the Premier League). I think the Man United owners primarily want to make money. If they win as well, that’s great, but the decisions they make don’t strike me as decisions that are built around winning.” Contact Thomas Bassinger at firstname.lastname@example.org . Follow @tometrics.