How much Manchester United fans pay to see their club play every week despite poor results?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United makes the fans pay £532 to be heart broken week in week out. 

Manchester United fans
Manchester United fans

Manchester United has not had it this worse after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson. The club is in shambles, the fans were weary, hanging on to the hope of things changing soon but rather it seems like it's getting worse. 

Having won their last Premier League trophy more than eight years ago, 2012-2013 season Manchester United fans come to the stadium each and every week hoping their beloved club will make them happy and bring back the trophy to Old Trafford but the closest they could get is to finish as runner up. 

All these heart breaks cost Manchester United fans £532 each season to watch their team disappoint them week in week out. Ole Gunnar Solskjær's reign as manager of the club has been nothing but disaster with no single trophy to show for in his fourth season in charge. 

The return of Cristiano Ronaldo, signing of generational talent Jadon Sancho and Champions League veteran Raphael Varane was thought to bring the desired results but in the 11th week of the season Manchester United are in the sixth position and nine points below league leaders Chelsea. The club ticket is one of the most expensive in the Premier League but was considered as the best value but right now the fans pay way too much for the shit show.

Elijah Odetokun

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