Connect with us


Storm unleashes more mayhem following United’s defeat at Old Trafford



Following Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, a heavy storm worsened the situation at Old Trafford through a leaky roof.

The loss to Arsenal increased the pressure on Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag, with the team now recording just one win in eight league games.

However, amidst the on-field struggles, a different problem sprang up when rain poured down heavily, revealing the stadium’s leaky roof.

Despite recent changes in club personnel under new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, concerns about Old Trafford’s condition persist.


Storm unleashes more mayhem following United's defeat at Old Trafford
Roof leak at Old Trafford – Credit: SunSport

While Ratcliffe has discussed the possibility of constructing a new stadium, the current state of Old Trafford begs for urgent remedy.

The stadium’s aging state and leaky roof have been subjects of ridicule among fans, and the recent downpour during the Arsenal match brought these concerns to the forefront once again.

A significant amount of water cascaded through the roof, flooding seats near the pitch and prompting widespread comments on social media.