Mice invades Old Trafford: - It's a nightmare

 
Mice invades Old Trafford: - It's a nightmare
The British newspaper Daily Mail today has gained access to several hygiene reports from the Premier League in recent years.

There it emerges that Manchester United have big problems with mice in two of the stands at Old Trafford.

The report shows that the pest problem has also spread to various parts of the "Theatre of Dreams" - including several of the offices.

- It's a nightmare and they are struggling to get rid of it, a source told the Daily Mail.

Major efforts have been initiated at Old Trafford to get rid of the problem, the club confirms:

- We have initiated a robust pest control throughout the stadium, said one employee.

It is not the first time Old Trafford has had a problem with mice. A quick search in the image archives shows that critters have been pictured during a match against West Ham in 2010 and Valencia in 2006.

The same year as the Valencia match Burton Albion players complained that there were mice all over the field, Daily Mail writes.

A year ago, the Anfield cat became world famous. Will we soon see the Old Trafford mouse?

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