Part of Old Trafford’s concrete ceiling falls on supporters

  • Manchester United followers have lengthy complained concerning the state of Old Trafford
  • There are hopes it could be renevated underneath new proprietor Sir Jim Ratcliffe
  • It’s the world in opposition to Everton – it may possibly galvanise the gamers to remain up – IAKO 

Manchester United followers had been in for a shock when a part of the Old Trafford ceiling fell on them throughout a current recreation. 

Manchester United Women suffered a powerful defeat on derby day as they misplaced 3-1 to Manchester City Women. 

United took the lead within the recreation via a effectively taken penalty by captain Katie Zelem, however objectives from Jill Roord, Khadija Shaw and a Lauren Hemp stunner put the sport out of attain. 

And to pile on the distress for the house followers, elements of the stadium’s concrete roof had been reportedly falling down on supporters. 

Taking to X a fan wrote: ‘If you ever want additional proof that Old Trafford is certainly Falling Down…Block N2401 ceiling elements fell on 2 supporters on the girls’ recreation in the present day….absolute sh*t present.’

The fan reported that parts of Block N2402 at Old Trafford were falling down onto supporters

The fan reported that elements of Block N2402 at Old Trafford had been falling down onto supporters

The fan took photos of what looks to be Old Trafford's crumbling ceiling which has remained untouched for years

The fan took pictures of what seems to be to be Old Trafford’s crumbling ceiling which has remained untouched for years

The once mighty and iconic stadium saw chunks of concrete fall onto supporters below

The as soon as mighty and iconic stadium noticed chunks of concrete fall onto supporters under

United followers have been hoping for refurbishment on their historic stadium, or a transfer to a brand new one, for a while. 

They had been buoyed by the information of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS group taking up nevertheless it has appeared {that a} new stadium is not amongst his plans for the membership.

The British billionaire is on the cusp of buying a 25 per cent stake within the membership and taking management of soccer operations.

He is about to pledge £245m to be invested into infrastructure as United attempt to meet up with rivals Tottenham and Manchester City’s unimaginable stadiums.

United’s Carrington coaching floor can be supplied with an estimated £150m to £200m to modernise the ability.

And Ratcliffe will reportedly contemplate different plans to renovate and broaden Old Trafford and enhance services in and across the well-known previous floor. 

The roof has been leaking for years and is a continuing supply of amusement for rival followers who get pleasure from rubbing within the dire situation this as soon as historic stadium has fallen into. 


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