Manchester United were well beaten by West Ham on Sunday as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was dealt another injury blow.
Marcus Rashford was substituted in the second-half and replaced by Jesse Lingard. The boss didn’t have another striker available on the bench to come on, with both Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood ruled out before the match.
The Red Devils were second best throughout the match and West Ham deserved their win at the London Stadium.
We as fans can take losing games, but it’s the manner in which these games are being lost. The team appears to lack fight, desire and drive to succeed. Where that comes from is up for debate but many will point the finger at the board, Ed Woodward and the Glazer family.
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I think it’s time to get our hands dirty! @ManUtd board, are you ready to let us help you guys…? pic.twitter.com/0taNvWDhN4
— Patrice Evra (@Evra) September 22, 2019
United legend Patrice Evra sent a strong message to the board and he even looks desperate himself to land himself at job at Old Trafford, seemingly to try find a fix for the club he was so successful at…
Evra has been working at Carrington the past week or so to earn this coaching badges. He’s always been a person who ‘gets it’ at United so maybe one day we’ll see him in a working capacity at the club.
The Frenchman was often photographed at games alongside Woodward last season.