Patrice Evra has taken a swipe at Manchester United players after the club’s run of poor results, saying it is not enough to kiss the Manchester United badge and criticize it when things are not going right with the club.
The former Manchester United player Patrice Evra, said the club has become a laughingstock as the whole world now make jest of the team, even fans of clubs United had previously dealt with now enjoy seeing Manchester United suffer.
Patrice Evra who was a Manchester United player from 2006 to 2014, won a lot of trophies with the club under former manager Sir Alex Ferguson and from his message on his social media handle a few hours ago, he clearly is hurting from the poor results.
After the goalless draw against Valencia, Evra took to his page to put out this message:
“sometimes kissing the badge it’s not enough when you play for this club @manchesterunited the whole world is laughing at us right now !!! But if you really love this club as a fans or players make sure you help the club instead of criticizing your club at the end many peoples are really happy because we hurt them Soo much in the past…Soo I understand the hate but who know in the future they will hate us again #ilovethisgame #positive4evra #manchester#united #forevrared #love #passion”
Patrice Evra will not be the first ex Manchester United player to express their concern about how things have gone bad, with a record of their worse start since 26-years!
The French man while backing United called on others to support the team rather than criticize their style of play.
Manchester United have lost four games since their win against Young Boys and were poor against Valencia in their second game on Tuesday night.
United’s next four games will be against Newcastle, Juventus and Chelsea, and Juventus again!