Manchester United warn fans after Champions League Exit

Manchester United have sent out a note of warning to their fans, stating that they’ll be punished if they refused to attend Europa League games.

The Old Trafford outfit joined the competition in the round of 32 after they finished third in the Champions League group stages and got eliminated.

Manchester United has confirmed that fans who refuse to attend Europa League games will be ineligible for domestic away matches.

Manchester United sent an Email to agitating fans saying:

“Please be aware that by not attending Europa League home games, you will no longer be eligible to apply for domestic away games – this may also affect applications for cup finals.”

United’s Champions League exit has created a chance of them playing against their former Captain Gary Neville, as his side VALENCIA also crashed out of the Champions League. Gary Neville was appointed was appointed the manager of the Spanish side earlier this month.

Gary Neville got his first defeat as a manager after his side went out of the Champions League following their 2-0 loss to French side Lyon, but he said he won’t be concerned with the Possibility of meeting Manchester United

“I’m not thinking about who we will draw. That is the last thing on my mind”, said the ex-England defender.

“I couldn’t care if we draw Manchester United or another team, I have to think about Sunday’s game against Eibar.”

“We are still close to the top four in the league. We will take the Europa League very seriously but it’s back to the league now”, he continued.

Gary Neville’s first game in charge of Valencia and first game as a manager ended in defeat, but the former United skipper has put that behind him and focused on winning his next match.

“We must take the defeat on chin and realise it is unacceptable to lose at Mestalla,” Neville told reporters afterwards. “It’s not something we can take lightly.”

Even though Neville said the right words, the fans need signs on the field of play if they’re to stand by him.