After consecutive defeats, Manchester United's Fellaini says club is facing 'crisis'

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| Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 12:47
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The curious thing is that Manchester United has signed the biggest amount and names this transfer season

New Delhi: After a storming victory in the start of the season, Premier League club Manchester United was expected to win it big in the coming matches. But after successive defeats to Manchester City, Feyenoord and then Watford, there is doubt that the team headed by Jose Mourinho has improved at all. 

Manchester United defender Marouane Fellaini said after the 3-1 defeat to Watford that Manchester United was facing a 'little crisis'. United, after three successive defeats at the start of the season, is shocked at itself for the failure in the team machinery.

"We can say it’s a little crisis, because a club like Manchester United cannot lose three games," said Fellaini.

The curious thing is that Manchester United has signed the biggest amount and names this transfer season, and their continuous loss questions the core strategy being executed in Old Trafford.

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Fallaini should shut his face and concentrate on playing better football, its as much his fault as anyone for the last 3 games without a point. Carrick should play in the middle instead of this golliwog

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