Manchester united supporters have been urged not to compromise project restart by flocking around the stadium. Ian Hopkins, chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, raised concerns last week about people’s health being jeopardised after admitting he was “fearful” fans would turn up at games whether they were staged at neutral venues or home grounds.
And with the massive support the Manchester team has its terrifying to believe that no fans will congregate at the home stadium according to David Jamieson, the West Midlands Police Crime Commissioner and could create risk to the Manchester police forces. But supporting from home and following government guidance, it will be playing part to keeping friends, family and all United fans safe said club via email.
The fans however have been assured the club will be activating proposals to offer them a refund on any home games they will miss or a pro-rata refund against season tickets for the 2020-21 campaign. In an email sent to season ticket holders they assured the fans that all stakeholders are working together to make sure they deliver the best broadcast coverage for the remaining nine premier league games.
We hope you and your loved ones are keeping well. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back to Old Trafford when it is safe to do so.’ Was the closing statement from the club
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