Manchester United preparations disrupted ahead of Everton clash as emergency fire services are called to team hotel

Manchester United’s preparations for Saturday night’s Premier League clash against Everton were thrown into chaos after fire engines were called to the Lowry Hotel.
United team coaches are understood to have turned up just before 1pm with all playing staff getting off and entering the team hotel.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men thrashed Southampton 9-0 on Tuesday nightAFP
However, the Mirror claim that just a minute later two fire engines turned up outside the hotel.
While firefighters unloaded all their necessary equipment, it appeared it was nothing more than a false alarm.
Unconfirmed reports have indicated a kitchen malfunction could have been behind the false alarm.
United take on seventh-placed Everton at Old Trafford as they look to secure back-to-back home wins following a 9-0 demolition of Southampton on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils annihilated Southampton on Tuesday nightAFP
Speaking ahead of the match against the Toffees, the Red Devils boss said: “Very good side. They’ve won the last four away games so they’ve been doing really well away from home and we need to turn up.
“We’ve done brilliantly against them in the two away games we’ve had this season – 3-1 and 2-0.
“I think we showed resilience and quality on the counterattack and patience and creativity when we had the ball, so we’ve had some good performances.
“But this is a new game and we really need to up our game again to get three points.”

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