Manchester United fume with Arsenal ahead of FA Cup clash


Premier League side Arsenal have divided Manchester United's fans' ticket allocation for their trip to the Emirates stadium for the FA Cup fourth round.

'We recognise that having more away fans at matches is one of the many reasons why the Emirates FA Cup is so special, ' a club spokesman said.

According to the report by UK Mirror, 5,233 is the tickets that is available for the supporters of Manchester United.

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"The vibrant atmosphere created by a larger away supporter presence is part of the "magic of the FA Cup" that is already suffering as a result of other decisions including televising and rescheduling matches - although ironically 11,000 United supporters were willing to meet the resulting travel challenge and now more than half will be denied the opportunity". And to say away fans can not be in an upper tier, where they are at many league grounds, is ridiculous.

"We need to keep the FA Cup special, and that means making Arsenal stick to the full away fan allocation".

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"What's more, this needs to be sorted now".

However they have been left with nearly half that number with just 5,233 tickets up for grabs.

The Gunners decision has now made many Manchester United fans livid as they are not happy with how their ticket was halved. The game is just 10 days away and at present United are unable to sell tickets to their fans.

'Set at 15 per cent in rules. So frustrating to see this under threat at Emirates for MUFC cup tie.

"Should there be a replay we would want 15pc of Old Trafford to support our team and this should be strides for at first leg too. The continual attack on rights of all away fans does nothing to help football as a live match experience".