To try and boost noise levels at Old Trafford next season, Manchester United will introduce a dedicated 'atmosphere section' within the first tier of the Stretford End.
According to a fan poll that revealed the home fans most likely to sing for their Premier League team, Liverpool came out on top last season, with United coming in fourth behind the likes of Crystal Palace and Newcastle.
United also revealed that they are freezing ticket prices for the eighth season in a row.
The club also announced that if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, they will reduce Europa League ticket prices by 25%.
Manchester United group managing director, Richard Arnold, recognised the support from fans and spoke about the decision earlier today:
"The support from our fans and the atmosphere they generate is incredible, so we're delighted to be freezing season ticket prices once again in recognition of that." he said.
Last season, former manager Jose Mourinho complained that Old Trafford isn't loud enough for his liking, describing it as a 'quiet stadium' while comparing it to Portsmouth's Fratton Park, a fanbase known for their volume.
It was even suggested that song sheets would be handed out to help improve the atmosphere, but that never materialised, thank god.
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