Disabled Man Utd fans want permanent netting at Old Trafford | Football News |

Disabled Man Utd fans want permanent netting at Old Trafford | Football News |

Disabled Man Utd fans want permanent netting at Old Trafford | Football News |

MUDSA secretary Chas Banks says the move is to ensure the safety of the disabled supporters

Manchester United Disabled Supporters’ Association (MUDSA) has asked the club to make netting in front of the away supporters section of Old Trafford a permanent fixture.

The netting was in place for the games against Juventus and Young Boys in the Champions League, with United’s disabled supporters’ section below the part of the stadium which houses the away fans.

MUDSA secretary Chas Banks says the move is to ensure the safety of disabled supporters after some away fans caused “real problems” in instances where razor blades in chewing gum and coins were thrown.

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