Old Trafford: Assault leaves victim with serious injuries – Messenger Newspapers

Police want to speak to these men in connection with a serious assault in Old Trafford.
The victim, a man in his 20s, suffered a broken jaw, a broken nose, a number of cuts to the face and damage to the nerves in several teeth in the attack on Seymour Grove on October 16.
An investigation was launched into the serious assault, which was at around the time of a match between Manchester United and Newcastle United, and an appeal was launched this week.
Police now want to speak to these men in connection with the attack.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or to use the LiveChat on gmp.police.uk.
People can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
This article was written by Jack Tooth. Jack is the reporter for The Messenger and covers anything and everything from within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford.
To contact him, email jack.tooth@newsquest.co.uk or follow @JTRTooth on Twitter.
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