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It looks like Liverpool are getting all officious with us!

Apparently, our ticket allocation for the Premier League fixture, at Anfield, next season, is to be cut from the standard 3,015 to a measly 1,965.

The Anfield outfit, have applied to Liverpool City Council to axe our numbers in the stadium because of persistent standing.

Seemingly, United fans, in standing up, block the gangways unlike other clubs who stand up.

Tosh!

Pay-back for that 19th top-flight title triumph we reckon.

After all everyone knows Liverpool`s traveling support are saints don`t they!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 23 2011

Time: 9:49AM

Your Comments

I still don't understand how someone can sit down during a football match. I also don't understand how our away seat allocation keeps on getting decreased for standing up when their own fans do it.
TheFamousNo7
I wondered how long it would take for the whining to start. It's not just Liverpool who have reduced allocations for your fans, I believe Sunderland and several other clubs including ourselves have either reduced your allocations or threatened to do so due to persistent problems with your supporters being too arrogant to listen to the stewards at away grounds. Get over it or get used to it.
fifthcolumnblue
Thefamousno7,it looks like u are the only united fan posting comments on VMU.You are a true united fan,i should at least give you credit for it.
Dannism
There have recently been a lot of newcomers to VMU Dannism, although most of them appear to be 12 years old. Don't know where they are at the moment though, maybe it's a public holiday in whatever country they're from.
fifthcolumnblue
Fifthcolumnblue,i hope their holiday is over before the season kicks off,for the sake of VMU.i don't want thefamousno7 to be chatting with himself.
Dannism
Yes it is quite unfortunate that some of us have lives that don't revolve around this site! Fcb doesn't have one so he's always here to make sure its never a boring day on VMU
ForeverUnited
Fifthcolumnblue look,it seems there is no holiday today in foreverunited's country.lol.
Dannism
no, Dannism, but School has finished now for the 6 week Summer holidays in the UK, So who knows more schoolkids may be allowed to come on here, if their Mummies let them!!!! isnt that right Forever united?
cityman51
 

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