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MANCHESTER United are booting their ladies team into touch and out of their Salford home leaving the players with only water bottles as souvenirs of their time with the 'worlds biggest football club'.
"We've had one training kit in the six years I've been involved and it's really tatty but they wouldn't replace it.
Hayley Bates from Old Lane, Little Hulton was one of the models United were happy to use in their advertising campaign for the current strip. She said: "I've loved Manchester United all my life but after the way they've treated us and seeing how things are run behind the scenes I now feel animosity towards them.
"We have to rummage in the academy team's kit bags to find shorts to wear and make do with hand me down gear.
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"The likes of Arsenal are on television every week, while we're left trying to find new teams to play for."
one for months. Then when the new one arrived it didn't fit.
By law United are obliged to allow girls to train at the club up to the age of 16 in order to be permitted to have a boys academy.
The ladies, who train at the Cliff in Broughton, were notified by letter that they will be disbanded at the end of the season and must look for another team leaving United as the only club in England's top two divisions without a female side.
"Ultimately the hope is the boys will progress to the first team.
Hayley, 18, added: "Everyone talks about how much United make but they can't spare the 60,000 it would cost to run the team for a season including travel to and from games. All this from the so called biggest club in the world it's a joke.
"We were pulled into the office last year and told it was an end of season presentation where they gave us a water bottle as a gift. Then they don't even tell us to our faces that we're no longer needed. It's insulting."
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requirements despite it costing less than one week of Wayne Rooney's wages to run the team for a whole year.
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United say it was never their 'intention to become involved in women's football at a high level'. A spokesman said: "We have always made it clear the ladies' and girls' section was about community partnership and education rather than establishing a centre of excellence.
Some of the players were used as models to help sell the kit, but United say they're no longer wanted because they don't benefit the 'core business'. All this at a time when ladies' football is apparently on the up and Manchester is set to host the high profile women's European Championships this summer.
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