Manchester United review security plan with further fan protests expected

Club reviewing staying at Lowry hotel before games‘We’ll keep it as normal as possible,’ Ole Gunnar Solskjær saysManchester United are reviewing their use of the Lowry hotel before home games and their other security arrangements after last Sunday’s protests caused the postponement of their match against Liverpool.United stay at the Lowry, in the city centre and a 20-minute drive from Old Trafford. While it is understood that the club has been contacted by other hotels in the area to offer their services, United are taking advice from Greater Manchester police and their own security staff. Related: Manchester United lose £200m training kit deal over fans’ anti-Glazers campaign Related: Joel Glazer vows to allow fans shares in Manchester United Continue reading…

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