July 21, 2005 11:53


The rapper will have to shift his show if Man Utd are victorious…

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Hip-hop hardmen EMINEM and [a][/a] may have met their match in MANCHESTER UNITED.

Their co-headline Anger Management Tour 3 is set to call at Lancashire Country Cricket Club on September 14.

But depending on the outcome of the UEFA Champions League draw on August 26, United could have a home tie at the nearby Old Trafford football ground that same day.

Promoters have agreed with Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council that the two sites are too close for both events to take place that same night, and so a license is being applied for on the basis that the show can be moved to a day earlier in the event that United are drawn to play at home on the fourteenth.

Original tickets for the show will remain valid no matter which date it takes place. The second night, on September 15, will not be affected.

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