Date: 14th April 2018 at 10:09am
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Could the improbable happen?

Yesterday, we reported, Click Here, how Manchester United were set to, for now, shelve plans to increase the Old Trafford capacity by erecting another tier on the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand.

The project, described by the Manchester United managing director, Richard Arnold, as “a very complex engineering challenge” would, as Arnold also admits leave United looking for a temporary home with Arnold further adding,

“It would be a multi-season challenge and it isn’t certain that there’s a way of doing it which doesn’t render us homeless.”

The thought trail being followed yesterday, inferred that the option of ground-sharing with Manchester City wasn’t a viable one.

However, today, the possibility of sharing with our noisy-neighbours is something another news source is reporting could be something that could no happen.

The nations leading tabloid publication, The Sun is implying a deal could be agreed for a temporary ground-share, although our source states the rent would be substantial.

The history books show that the two clubs have previously shared a ground when, after Old Trafford suffered bomb damage during the war, both clubs played at Maine Road.

But what are your thoughts on a possible ground-share?

Would you be prepared to put up with it as a necessary evil or would you remain dead against it?

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