Up for the cup: Manchester United fight cut from away allocation for Nottingham Forest

Up for the cup: Manchester United fight cut from away allocation for Nottingham Forest

It was a bad week for the Manchester United ticket office after a flurry of negative headlines hit the media after club legend Norman Whiteside revealed his seat is being relocated at Old Trafford.

This time we have some positive news from the club in regards to ticketing.

According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United have successfully fought a plan to cut the number of seats for their FA Cup trip to Nottingham Forest.

The Reds had reduced away allocations for several matches already this season, without any good reason, and Forest tried to pull off the same trip for the FA Cup clash at the City Ground.

Forest had given United 4,200 tickets – 200 fewer than the club were entitled to under FA Cup rules – in a ground that boosts a capacity of around 30,000.

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