Manchester United, English Premier League | Accusations against Manchester United: – Worse than just a parody

Manchester United, English Premier League |  Accusations against Manchester United: – Worse than just a parody

Manchester United are once again in dire straits. This time it will be about how the club treats its loyal fans.

daily Mail A case was published on Wednesday evening in which it was claimed that people who had long-term Old Trafford season tickets were suddenly told they had to change seats in the stadium, so that players from the academy would have a place when the team played its matches.

At the 'Sir Bobby Charlton Stand' many loyal fans were 'fired' by the Premier League club.

United believe the club's young stars need these places, as it is good for their development to see first-team action, but the club's choice has led to reactions and protests from those affected by the changes that come into force next season.

In an internal message, United coach Colette Roche explains why the club felt compelled to move some fans.

One of the problems we faced was where to place the academy players and the women’s team players. We believe in that, especially for our young players. She wrote in the letter published by the Daily Mail that having a good vision is optimal for their future development and achievements.

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– It is also important that they sit together under proper supervision, but keep in mind that the profile of many of our young players is rising.

-Worse than parody

The seats in the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand are considered the best seats at Old Trafford, and a group calling themselves South Stand United are now reacting to the club choosing to move loyal season ticket holders to make room for their players.

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The interpretation is worse than the parody, says the group’s spokesman, according to the Daily Mail.

– Even Dave Brailsford would wonder about this, the group says.

Brailsford is a central figure in Ineos Group, which recently bought a stake in Manchester United. Among other things, he is known for his theory that every little margin counts in sports, which has given him great success as manager of the Team Sky cycling team.

– The logic behind this, clearly taken from the book of theories about marginal details, suggests that watching United matches from the best possible angle is the element that Manchester United has been missing all these years, says a South Stand United spokesman.

– Forget the detailed training programs and tactical plans of the coaching staff and training facility at Carrington. The real key to unlocking United's potential, according to United's senior officials, lies in having the best possible view of Bruno Fernandes' corners and Marcus Rashford's runs.

The decision is expected to spark an outcry among loyal United supporters. The Daily Mail wrote that the fans want to make it absolutely clear that those who run and look after the club do not understand the essence of supporting a football team.

The legend got a word

Manchester United legend Norman Whiteside is among those who have been told he will be given a new place at Old Trafford.

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Last February, Netavicin reported a case in which the wife of the man who made 300 appearances for United, Denise, was angry about the decision.

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– So it no longer matters how long you've been a loyal supporter. It doesn't matter if you played for your club. Manchester United can kick you out of your seat when they feel like it. “Absolute shame,” she wrote.

Whiteside's wife then pointed out that many people felt the same dissatisfaction, which was now becoming more apparent.

– I would like to clarify that this post is not only about Norman. “There is a mass of loyal supporters who expressed their opinions to me at the West Ham game, but they feel they have no voice or platform to express their anger,” Dennis wrote.

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