Manchester United have announced that they’ll trial a singing section to Old Trafford for the team’s upcoming UEFA Champions League game against Real Sociedad.
United will move the away section from the south east corner of the stadium, where away fans are usually housed, to the East Stand. The club is hoping that the singing section will help improve the atmosphere at the stadium.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Manchester United to trial singing section at Old Trafford in bid to improve atmosphere — MEN
- Manchester United to introduce singing area for Real Sociedad tie — BBC Sport
- FOX moving FOX Soccer Daily to 3:30pm ET — Awful Announcing
- José Mourinho questions maturity of his Chelsea players after Basel loss — The Guardian
- Chelsea’s Willian offers little to justify £32m scramble for his signature — The Telegraph
- Chelsea in crisis? Not yet but they need Didier Drogba Mark Two — The Guardian
- Everton to wear rainbow laces in support of campaign against homophobia — Dirty Tackle
- Man City youngster refuses to play for Oldham reserves during loan spell — The Mail
- Andre Villas-Boas backs David Cameron’s view on chanting of ‘Yid’ by Spurs supporters — Independent
- Does Manchester United’s record-breaking revenue justify the Glazer takeover? — Counter Attack
- Jozy Altidore and Steven Fletcher; a partnership Sunderland are relying on — Pro Soccer Talk
- Michael Laudrup calls upon stars to write a new Europa League history for Swansea City — Evening Post
UEFA Champions League
- Jurgen Klopp sent off for terrifying the fourth official with his facial expressions — Dirty Tackle
- UEFA Champions League, Full-time Snapshot: The numbers after 90 minutes — Pro Soccer Talk
- Napoli 2-1 Dortmund: Higuain & Insigne exploit Dortmund’s failure to heed their warnings — Zonal Marking
- HSV: The never ending story of frustration continues — Bundesliga Fanatic
- Kei Kamara scores 17 minutes into Middlesbrough debut — The Original Winger
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