Manchester clubs pay tributes to victims of Arena terror attack [Impressed]



Manchester United and Manchester City have paid tributes to all those killed and injured in Monday night’s terror attack at Manchester Arena.
Greater Manchester Police has confirmed that 22 people have died and 59 were injured during an explosion which happened shortly after Ariana Grande’s concert finished at the sold-out Arena.
Police say the attack was carried out by one man, who died in the blast.
GMP chief constable Ian Hopkins says police are treating the blast as an act of terrorism “until we know otherwise”.
Police have set up a help centre for anyone needing assistance at Gate 11 of City’s Etihad Stadium.
Both Manchester clubs, City captain Vincent Kompany, the Football Association and UEFA were among those to express their condolences to the victims and their families.
United fans travelling to Stockholm for the Europa League final have been advised that all flights from Manchester Airport are proceeding as scheduled.
United are due to play Ajax in the final at Stockholm’s Friends Arena on Wednesday evening.

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