Manchester United fans offered free entry to Blackpool’s Tower Dungeon in sympathy for their season of torture




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MAN United fans are being offered free entry to Blackpool’s Tower Dungeon — in sympathy at their season of torture.

Tourists wearing Red Devils shirts will  be excused the £16.50.

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A low moment for Manchester United during their match against Cardiff on May 12[/caption]

Boss Kenny Mew took pity on fans  after a miserable campaign that saw Jose Mourinho fired and the team finish sixth in the Premier League.  He also warned Man City and Liverpool fans boasting about silverware may  be kicked out of the seaside haunt.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as manager and inspired a 3-1 Champions League victory away to Paris Saint-Germain in March but the side failed to move up the table in the Premier League.

Kenny, who is running the offer until June 23, said: “It’s going to be a long summer of gloating rivals so if fans are looking for an escape, this is the place.”

Right-on visitors say they are offended by terms used at Blackpool Tower Dungeon, which portrays 16th-century life
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The attraction’s boss also warned Man City and Liverpool fans boasting about silverware may be kicked out of the seaside haunt[/caption]

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Tourists wearing Red Devils shirts will  be excused the £16.50 entry fee to Blackpool’s Tower Dungeon[/caption]

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Man United fans are being offered free entry to Blackpool’s Tower Dungeon — in sympathy at their season of torture, which saw Jose Mourinho fired and the team finish sixth in the Premier League[/caption]




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