Home Soccer Utd fans trust seeks tickets help over virus effects SoccerSports newsSoccer news Utd fans trust seeks tickets help over virus effects 2020-03-25 19 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Manchester United are in discussion with fans over the possibility of postponing the date for season ticket renewals while uncertainty continues over how the coronavirus pandemic will impact the football calendar. The Premier League has been suspended until April 30 with the season extended “indefinitely” in an effort to play the campaign to a conclusion. – Sources: Prem chiefs to discuss player pay cuts – Sources: Man United hopeful of keeping Pogba – Sources: Ighalo facing uncertain future at United United have sent out renewal letters to existing season ticket holders ahead of the 2020-21 season but with no indication of when it might start, supporters are asking the club to push back the May 1 deadline. The Manchester United Supporters Trust have also asked the club to consider how they will reimburse fans for games that are cancelled or played behind closed doors, as well as support for season ticket holders who are facing financial concerns because of the pandemic. CORONAVIRUS CRISIS IN FOOTBALL • Euro 2020: Postponed for a year • Champions League: Suspended indefinitely • Premier League: Suspended until April 30 • La Liga: Suspended indefinitely • Bundesliga, Ligue 1: Suspended indefinitely • Serie A: Suspended until April 3 • Copa America: Postponed until 2021 • MLS: Suspended until May 10 United have four Premier League home left to fulfil this season as well as the second leg of their Europa League round-of-16 tie with LASK Linz and any future ties should they progress. A statement issued by MUST said: “We are in discussion with Manchester United regarding season ticket renewals and related issues arising from the coronavirus pandemic. “We are raising issues but would like feedback from season ticket holders to make sure we are covering all the important matters arising.” A United spokesman later confirmed that “the club is reviewing dates, policies and procedures around season ticket renewals for next season, along with the administrative processes should games that are currently postponed be either cancelled or played behind closed doors,” and added they were “consulting with MUST as part of that review.” United have already committed more than £1 million to ensure around 3,000 casual workers are not out of pocket as a result of the football shutdown. The gesture will see United pay match-day and non match-day casual workers if Premier League games are cancelled or played behind closed doors. Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookPinterestRedditTumblr RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Soccer Rooney: ‘Disgrace’ to slam players on virus pay Soccer Aberdeen: Derek McInnes sees ‘common sense’ in crowning Celtic champions Soccer Celebrity Mastermind: Do you know more about James Bond than Darren Bent?