Manchester United Season Ticket Holders Upset Over Seat Switch Due To 3D Cameras
ManU fans have "slammed" a move by the club "to evict season ticket holders from their seats to make way for Sky TV’s new 3D cameras next season," according to Mike Keegan of the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. At Old Trafford, around 60 season ticket holders in the Stretford End and East Stand lower tiers -- where prices average £28 ($44) a game -- "have been told they will have to shift to another part of the stadium." Their new seats "will be in more expensive sections," and the club said that they "will not be charged the difference as a gesture of goodwill" -- for one season. Man City is still "considering how to accommodate the cameras." All 20 Premier League clubs "have been told to make more space for the 3D devices" (MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, 5/4).