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Drunken Manchester United fan stormed the Old Trafford DRESSING ROOM during protests

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Manchester United staff were shocked to be confronted by a drunken fan who got into the first-team dressing room during Sunday's Old Trafford protest.

One unruly fan reached the dressing room and shouted at staff, who feared for their safety as stewards tried to restore order outside.

The dressing room intrusion also poses a Covid threat to United's first-team bubble, even though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players were holed up in the Lowry Hotel at the time.

United revealed on Monday that fans who got inside the Munich tunnel and forced open an access door were responsible for letting in the first wave of protesters.

There were suggestions the door may have been opened by a member of staff, and a Manchester United Supporters Trust statement on Sunday night said: 'It is rumoured a gate was opened for fans.

United issued a statement of their own on Monday, saying: 'Reports that protesters were able to access the stadium and pitch via a gate opened by club staff are completely incorrect.

United will only look to take action against protesters who engaged in violence and criminal damage rather than those who simply gained access to the pitch.

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