Fans United, a collaboration of Manchester United supporters groups and Fanzines, were keen for those sat in the new singing section to set an example to the rest of the stadium and improve the atmosphere at Old Trafford. To make a difference, to make Old Trafford better. Supporters in the new dedicated singing section at OIld Trafford were handed this letter Blaming a lack of terracing as one reason why the atmosphere has dwindled at Old Trafford, the letter also suggested that singing fans being too spread out across the ground also had a negative effect.
Discussions will take place with Greater Manchester Police over the next two weeks to establish whether the new away fan arrangements, first trialled against Valencia in Decemberhave met safety standards in terms of segregation, coach parking and other logistical issues.
If police and the local council are satisfied with the relocation of visitors — introduced because the south east quadrant provided minimal segregation potential and exposed United to hundreds of empty seats from visiting clubs who could not fill them - an area of 1, 1, or 2, season ticket holders will occupy the new singing section.
The area will be renamed the Scoreboard Paddock for that purpose by the beginning of next season. The section would also be located underneath the MUTV studios, where the presence of away fans has always forced producers to keep shutters across during games, to avoid them imposing themselves on live broadcasts.
The new noise levels may be a challenge to Lou Macari, Viv Anderson and others, but at present images of fans from elsewhere are superimposed to create the backdrop.
A new supporters' consortium, Fans United, has also persuaded the club that fans should be allowed to dress the area of the ground as they see fit and to reclaim the Scoreboard Paddock name which in the days before the all-seater Old Trafford, was a by-word for noise.
It will not be an area for non-season ticket holders. Nor is the distance from the pitch. Some United fans are not in favour of shifting away fans, who in the case of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Stoke City and — before relegation — Hull City, contribute hugely to the atmosphere.
But Fulham attracted a mere fans on March 26 and even Newcastle United failed to sell their allocation this season. In European competitions, visiting clubs must give seven days notice of the allocation sold but no such rule applies in the Premier League, which has left United with empty seats and the financial hit.Manchester United News 'Man Utd are still in transition' Manchester United are still in transition and should remain patient with boss Jose Mourinho, claims Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf.
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Manchester United have announced a permanent singing section from the start of next season. The plan was initially brought about to improve the atmosphere at Old Trafford, and will be permanently.
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