Manchester United chiefs held a meeting with fans about the increasingly sterile Old Trafford atmosphere last week and are set for further talks later this month.
While it is accepted that noise levels are a problem throughout the Premier League, there is an ongoing concern with the issues at United.
That was amplified by Jose Mourinho criticizing the ‘quiet’ home support after Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town.
Board members had sat with the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST) last week to discuss a number of potential solutions.
Those will also be brought up during a fans’ forum scheduled for February 23, with some believing the make-up of the Stretford End represents a significant worry.
It is argued that executive boxes and a family enclosure take up too big a proportion of that stand, historically known as the raucous end of the stadium.
As Published by MailOnline.