Ahead of United’s game against Olympiacos tomorrow, Patrice Evra has spoken about his desire to make amends for what has been a horrible season.
“When you win, you win together and when you lose, you lose together,” Evra said. “It’s been a difficult season for everyone. We’re not used to losing games. We always win. Everybody wants to fight for this club, everyone loves this club. We know we had a bad game in the first leg. Even a three-year-old Manchester United fan will have been hurting from that performance. But in life you always have a second chance and we get that tomorrow tonight. I’m not God and telling you we will qualify tomorrow but I can promise you we will all fight and respect the shirt and make sure all the fans will be really proud of us after the game.”
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