City cut United's ticket allocation

12 October 2010 06:57
Manchester United will again have a reduced ticket allocation for their derby clash with City at Eastlands on November 10.

Blues officials cut United's allocation by 10% for last season's encounter in April after deciding to take action over the persistent standing of their fans.

In confirming their neighbours would again receive just over 2,500 tickets, City officials are stressing it is a club policy that has been used against other clubs, including Liverpool and Newcastle already this season, and not specifically United.

The Red Devils have had similar issues in the past and had allocations cut at Middlesbrough in the past, plus Sunderland and Bolton this term.

Source: Team_Talk

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