Manchester United fans unveil huge ‘STANDARDS’ banner ahead of FA Cup clash against Aston Villa… but former England goalkeeper Rob Green insists ‘it’s not the players fault’
- Manchester United fans unveiled a banner with the word ‘STANDARDS’ on it
- Banner features the faces of Bryan Robson, Roy Keane and Eric Cantona
- Fans have grown frustrated with United’s recent poor performances
- Former England goalkeeper Rob Green claims ‘it’s not the players fault’
- The Red Devils take on Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa in the FA Cup third round
Manchester United fans unveiled a huge banner brandishing the word ‘STANDARDS’, prior to their FA Cup clash against Aston Villa on Monday evening.
The banner included the faces of United legends Eric Cantona, Roy Keane and Bryan Robson, as fans grow frustrated with their team’s underwhelming performances.
Before kick-off against Steven Gerrard’s side, the Old Trafford fans unfurled the banner for Ralf Rangnick and his squad to digest.
Manchester United fans reveal their ‘STANDARDS’ banner prior to kick-off against Aston Villa
United fell to defeat against Wolves in their last Premier League outing and currently sit 7th
The banner serves as a reminder to the team of the standards expected at the Premier League club, following a string of poor results in recent weeks.
The Red Devils lost to Wolves in their last Premier League outing and struggled to earn a point against relegation candidates Newcastle just two games before.
Ralf Rangnick was brought in to rectify the poor start to the season made under Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer, however United have won just three out of the six games under the German in all competitions.
Former England goalkeeper Rob Green says the United players are not to blame for bad form
Former England goalkeeper Rob Green defended United’s current outfit, claiming that such banners do nothing to help the team.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live on Monday night, Green said: ‘Talking about standards, what are the standards?
‘The statement is these players aren’t good enough. Don’t vent it at the players, not their fault. If you are going to get ridiculed by your own fans, it isn’t helping.
‘If they arent good enough to play for Man Utd, it’s not the players fault. It’s the clubs problem for employing them.’
Green says the club should take responsibility for United’s downfall instead of the players
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