Date: 17th January 2014 at 5:59pm
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Yes!! Ando’s gone…

One of my favourite Old Trafford memories, if not my very favourite was the time Steve Bruce scored a late headed brace to all but hand United the inaugural Premier League title.

I was 13 at the time, and me and my mates had failed in our attempts to get a ticket, so simply entered for the last 15 minutes when they opened the gates to let everyone out. During those time and throughout my teens tickets were usually affordable and obtainable- although not that day- costing a reasonable £4 for the scoreboard paddock in the early to mid-nineties.

Since then ticket prices have increased to the point where for the average fan at United over the age of 16 £40 is roughly what you can expect to pay.

The problem is too many teenagers are being priced out, the future of our club’s support are slowly being priced out, with recent stats showing the average age of fans at Old Trafford in the low 40s. It’s time to do something about that and making an area where teenage fans can enjoy ticket prices lower than the usual, seems like a step in the right direction.

We’ve always prided ourselves on our strong local fan base and now as we enter a period that may not be trophy-laden, is not the time to turn our back on the very life blood of the club.

Manchester City pull out all the stops to entice young fans, it’s time United did too. If you agree sign the e-petition below:


One response to “Time For Action For Teenage United Fans”

  1. r r rasputin says:

    Shut up and keep paying your money so the gimps can own your club, seeing a bunch of twats like you lot being fleeced brings tears of joy to my eyes. CTID X