Ticket prices have been a very contentious matter in footballer of the last few weeks, with Liverpool fans' protest of a proposed price hike for next season grabbing back-page headlines all over Europe, but they are not the only English club who have been very upset by extortionate prices.
It has been known for some time that Manchester United's away tickets for their Europa League tie against FC Midtjylland would cost an eye watering £71, and that enraged the club's fans when they found out that travelling Southampton fans only had to pay £22 for their Europa League qualifier back in August, but some of those who did make the trip will have been even more upset when they found their seats.
Duncan Drasdo, CEO of Manchester United Supporters Trust, enjoyed this view at the match:
— Duncan Drasdo (@Drasdo) February 18, 2016
That is just ridiculous.
What transpired on the pitch won't have made the fans feel any better, as after an injury to David De Gea in the warm-up, things went from bad to worse and United were beaten 2-1 by FC Midtjylland.