While Manchester United has been running behind its glorious sporting past for more than two decades, it is now facing the visible deterioration of its legendary Old Trafford stadium.The good years are becoming more distant every day for Manchester United supporters and the under-twenties have no longer experienced the joy of a Premier League or Champions League title. A (almost) common currency during the era of Sir Alex Ferguson, victory in these two major competitions is no longer anything but a distant and unattainable dream for the Red Devils of Erik ten Hag who now fight with their weapons of the moment. And if the sporting context is not rosy, things are not better at Old Trafford.The famous “Theater of Dreams”, home of Manchester United, is not in its best shape and if the situation was already known to supporters, some of them provided new proof this week. Photos were posted online on social networks this weekend, while the United women’s team played the Manchester derby in the Super League, against their neighbors City (1-3 defeat). In these photos taken by fans present at the scene, small pieces of the concrete structure lie on the ground.If you ever need further proof that Old Trafford is indeed Falling Down…Block N2402 ceiling parts fell on 2 supporters at the ladies game today….absolute shit show.#GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/kzY6KxV9Sc— Problemchild (@D16S1972) November 19, 2023Ratcliffe to run the cement mixer?Enough to further annoy supporters already quite annoyed by the path taken by their favorite team for many years, under the leadership of the Glazer family, current owners of the club.Quiz: Are you knowledgeable about the Premier League? https://t.co/9WjivlY9ZQ— Sports.fr (@sports_fr) November 14, 2023The very probable entry into the capital of Sir Jim Ratcliffe could, however, make it possible to reinject money, in particular to renovate Old Trafford in search of renewal. Like Manchester United.Written by:Manu TournouxManu Tournoux is a passionate and knowledgeable football enthusiast with a special focus on French football. Born and raised in France, Manu discovered his love for the beautiful game at a young age and developed a deep understanding of the ins and outs of “Le Championnat.” His French roots and extensive experience in football journalism have made him an invaluable asset to the French Football Weekly team. As an author for the website, Manu’s expertise includes not only in-depth analysis of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 matches but also insightful profiles of up-and-coming talents, detailed transfer news, and engaging coverage of the French national team. His captivating writing style and undeniable passion for the game have earned him a loyal following among our readers. When he’s not crafting engaging articles for French Football Weekly, Manu enjoys attending live matches whenever he can, exploring football culture in various French cities, and engaging in spirited debates with fellow fans. Feel free to follow Manu on Twitter and interact with him as he shares his expert opinions, insights, and love for French football.