- Patrice Evra spent 8 years at Manchester United scoring 7 goals in his 273 appearances
- The Frenchman watched his former side being battered 6-1 at home by Spurs
- Angry Evra stated emphatically that some persons at the club need good slap
Patrice Evra could not contain his emotions after watching his former club Manchester United being battered at home by rampant Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday, October 4.
Jose Mourinho’s men humiliated the Red Devils 6-1 right at the Old Trafford to stun United fans across the globe in an unbelievable fashion.
Worst still, the battery hurt United fans further due to that fact that the loss was inspired by their former manager Jose Mourinho who claimed he wanted his side to score more.
Furious Evra who analysed the game right in the Sky Sports studios threatened to tear up his punditry contract with the company, saying some key figures at Manchester United should be slapped.
“They have let down all the United fans,” Evra lamented. "I don't care about the result because I have been beat 6-1. It's just... every year is the same story.
"I feel like all the United fans right now. It's why I'd prefer to commentate on a different game than United if I keep working for Sky.
"I'm passionate and I love my club, but this is a shambles. Gary Neville, you hear him say that Maguire needs a holiday, a break.
“We always talk about pairing him with someone, but what about taking him out of the squad?
"I don't want to start to criticise players. I've been there. But tonight, there is no excuse. what about the board? Since Ferguson left, all managers have been sacked.
"I'm not one to promote violence but many people need a good slap right now. That's what I would do right now."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Alex Telles is closer to completing his dream move to Manchester United in a deal valued around £18 million from FC Porto.
The 27-year-old was said to have arrived in England on Sunday, October 4, after been pictured wearing a mask in the back of a Mercedes being driven by a club executive.
He was said to have undergone medical immediately at the Carrington complex and sources claim the defender has already signed dotted lines.
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