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Big Blow to Manchester United's fans Concerning Their Upcoming UEFA Game Against YoungBoys

Manchester United Football Club fans have been dealt a huge blow concerning their upcoming UEFA Champions League match against Young Boys. The Red Devils are currently leading in their group after defeating Villarreal in their last match.

Manchester United are expected to revenge on Young Boys who defeated them in the first leg of UEFA Champions league competition. The game could however be played in a neutral ground due to fears of Omicron variant of COVID-19.

@utdreport There are fears the Omicron variant of COVID-19 will force Manchester United to play the final #UCL group game against Young Boys in a neutral country

The match was expected to be played in England behind a fully packed Old Trafford under Manchester United's new coach, Ralf Rangnick. UEFA could be forced to organize the match in a neutral venue without fans. The latest development comes after Switzerland imposed new rules on travellers from Britain after emergence of new cases of the variant.

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