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"I love Manchester United" - Football legend declares his love for the Red Devils


Club legend Patrice Evra says he will always love Manchester United and has urged the fans to always be behind the team.

The 36-year-old left the club in the summer of 2014 to join Juventus in Italy where he became one of the leaders of the Bianconeri.

Now at Olympique de Marseille, the Frenchman made a return to Old Trafford to play 90 minutes in Michael Carrick’s testimonial match at the end of last week.

"I always say, this is my home and I feel that way. Thanks to all the fans they are all amazing," he told MUTV.

"For me it's just a dream. Like I say I love Man United and I will always love Man United. It's not a fake love.

"We need to be behind Man United always when they win or lose. If you love Man United you should never criticise them, you need to support them. When a player has a bad game, the fans never boo him.

"This year they qualified for the Champions League and some people said they did not play good football, but we are not in the circus," he added.

"If you want to enjoy football then yes 2008 was great, but people have to forget that and concentrate on this current Manchester United team. That would be my message to the United fans."

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