Behind the windows of Manchester there is an insane love of football, of celebration
The Independent Manchester united Supporters' Association was launched in April 1995 at an impromptu meeting in the Gorse Hill Hotel. The meeting was held in direct response to a tannoy announcement during the home game against Arsenal, informing fans in K-Stand that they must remain seated throughout the match or face ejection. Despite success on the field many devoted Reds had become increasingly disillusioned with the Board of Directors attitude towards match-going fans, sensing they were remote to the ideas and feelings of United's genuine supporters. IMUSA has been campaigning ever since and is now one of the oldest independent supporters' organisation in the country.