MANCHESTER United fans are communicating anything that pops into their heads via plane banners.
After using aerial banners to heckle David Moyes and ask Cristiano Ronaldo to return, airborne pieces of fabric have become supporters’ standard method of communication.
Fans have booked two planes for Sunday carrying the banners ‘Creditable performance against West Ham’ and ‘But there’s room for improvement, especially in defence’.
A third plane banner will read ‘Weather better than expected, isn’t it?’
Fan club spokesman Roy Hobbs said: “I am starting to wonder if there might be a more cost-effective way to express our mundane thoughts.
“I’ve spend more money on plane banners this year than my season ticket, and to be honest felt a bit short-changed by the one telling Louis van Gaal his shoelaces were undone.
“Maybe we should send a plane banner to the banner plane hire place, telling them to cancel.”