Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (“MUST”) have threatened judicial review proceedings against Hammersmith and Fulham Council unless more away fans are allowed when Manchester United play Chelsea on 22 October 2022 at 17:30.
They want the Council to issue a new safety certificate to allow the full allocation of 2,994 travelling supporters. United’s allocation has been reduced to 2,370 because of policing concerns. The Metropolitan Police said that because TV commitments prevented the “high-risk” fixture from starting by 16:45 which, for safety purposes, is the agreed cut-off time with London clubs on weekends, an alternative solution had to be found
Chelsea Supporters’ Trust said it stands with MUST and also criticised the decision.
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