The Red Devils to blackmail fans
Manchester United will hand season-ticket holders with a one-match ban if they refuse to buy tickets for the FA Cup replay against Cambridge United at Old Trafford.
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Season-ticket holders at United agreed to purchase tickets for every home cup game this season – and fans have been warned that this agreement is still very much in place.
The Red Devils have sent out emails to remind them of the understanding, and those who have not yet coughed up for the Cambridge replay will be refused entry to the Sunderland fixture on February 28.
An Old Trafford spokesperson has reiterated the terms and conditions suggesting that Man United will not go easy on those who skip the replay:
“We notify fans that failure to pay for a game in the cup scheme would mean a suspension from the next game,” the spokesman was quoted by The Sun.
“The terms and conditions are clear. This was introduced at the start of the season before last.
“If we successfully sell the ticket the fan has failed to pay for, they can apply for a refund of the Sunderland ticket at the end of the season.”
The rule applies only to those over 16-years-old, but fans are outraged and are considering a boycott of both matches in protest.