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Ashley Young: Everybody talks about us, we don't talk about others


Manchester United winger Ashley Young was unfazed by comments that the Red Devils went for a "hit and hope" type of game against West Ham United on Saturday.

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce and former Arsenal striker John Hartson both criticised the approach adopted by Louis van Gaal and his men in the second half of the game but the 29-year-old says United are not bothered by critics.

"Lots of people are saying it's not our style, but we're happy with how things are going," Young told BBC Sport.

"The boys have fought back at West Ham and showed the team spirit to get the point.

"Everybody talks about United. That is normal. In-house, we talk about ourselves. We don't talk about others."

Young was in United’s Under-21 side against Chelsea last night as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury.

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