No crisis at Manchester United – Alex Buttner

Author : Amerta

Manchester United Training and Press Conference - Osaka

What happens when you lose three out of seven games and are ranked 12th on the Premier League table? Critics start expecting the worst and pressure starts growing on the boss.

Manchester United have had the worst start to their Premier League campaign in 24 years and are currently 8 points behind League table leaders, Arsenal.

David Moyes has come under the spotlight for how United has been performing, but Alex Buttner is of the opinion that this is nothing to be worried about, as yet. He believes that Moyes will come good and Manchester United will bounce back.

The Dutchman said: “We’re very disappointed to lose the game. It is very disappointing for everyone. Normally we have to win this game at home but no, I don’t think it is a crisis.

“We have lost games but we have to focus and fight in every game to win it. Of course the crowd want to see Manchester United winning – the players want that too.

“Our season starts now and we can win many games. You have to trust the players and everyone. I think we can do this as a team. We are going to win games, I am sure.”


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