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Club will look into sections at Old Trafford

icon nofans20 October ~ Manchester United have become the latest club to show an interest in introducing safe standing to their stadium. The club's chief executive, Ed Woodward, said he would explore the idea when it was raised at a recent fans forum. The logistics of bringing in safe standing to Old Trafford could now be looked at, including whether the exits and passageways could cope with the increased capacity the areas would have. United are the latest in a long line of club across all levels of football that have indicated an interest in safe standing, as the Independent reports.

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