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Manchester United dressing room leak adds to Erik ten Hag's problems

FootballMay 13, 18:37
After losing to Arsenal on Sunday, Manchester United faced another issue when a heavy downpour flooded Old Trafford, causing leaks in the Arsenal locker room.
On Sunday, the Manchester climate attempted to dampen Arsenal's spirits with a severe downpour that seeped into the Gunners' changing room at Old Trafford.
Despite the conditions, Mikel Arteta's team secured a vital 1-0 victory over Manchester United, maintaining their momentum in the Premier League title race.
Online videos captured the scene as torrents of rainwater penetrated the roof, flooding the visitor's dressing room following the match.
The storm caused water to pour onto the field, with a video capturing a waterfall cascading into a corner of the stadium.
Despite the heavy rainfall, which reached 1.6 inches within two hours after the match, fans stayed safe.
This inclement weather added to the gloomy atmosphere at Old Trafford, following a challenging season under Erik ten Hag.
The leaks gained widespread attention shortly after Sir Jim Ratcliffe, a minority owner of United, criticized the "disgraceful" condition of the club's offices and youth locker rooms.
Lord Coe, who is heading a task force focused on revitalizing Old Trafford and its vicinity, was also at the stadium.
Ratcliffe has committed £237 million to refurbish the stadium, amidst rumors of possibly building a new 'Wembley of the North' to replace the current structure.
On the field, Manchester United's season is winding down disappointingly, with the team positioned eighth in the league following consecutive losses to Crystal Palace and Arsenal.
However, Erik ten Hag’s squad still has a shot at claiming a trophy this season, as they are set to clash with Manchester City in the FA Cup final on May 25.
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