Manchester United staff 'use garlic spray to rid Old Trafford of worms'

Man Utd staff 'use garlic to rid OT of worms'
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Manchester United's ground staff reportedly use garlic spray in order to rid Old Trafford of a worm infestation.

Manchester United's ground staff have reportedly turned to garlic spray in a bid to battle a worm infestation at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils are believed to be eager to have the problem solved before this Sunday's Premier League clash against Queens Park Rangers.

According to the Daily Star, the pitch's loose sand base has an infestation of roundworms, which has caused staff to use liquid garlic spray because there is no legal pesticide to get rid of them.

United are yet to win a competitive match under manager Louis van Gaal.

Manchester Uniteds Dutch manager Louis van Gaal applauds the fans as he leaves the pitch after the final whistle in the English Premier League football match between Burnley and Manchester United at Turf Moor in Burnley, north west England on August 30, 2
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