Patrice Evra Takes A Dig At Ed Woodward As #SackWoodward Trends On Twitter

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Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra hits out at the activities of current club vice-chairman Ed Woodward. #SackWoodward starts trending on Twitter.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Patrice Evra spent a good eight years (2006-2014) with Manchester United since making the move from Ligue 1 side AS Monaco. Patrice Evra went on to play for Marseille, Juventus before ending his professional career while playing for West Ham United in the Premier League. The France international now occasionally serves as a guest on football talk shows and is also well-renowned for his hilarious antics off the field. The former France left-back recently spoke about the situation that Manchester United VC - Ed Woodward - is currently in.

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In an interview with Soccer AM, Patrice Evra said ”Before the end of that season Ed told me: 'Patrice Evra, you're going to stay for another year because we've got an option in your contract. But I told him I can’t because of family reasons. He shook my hand and said he said ‘Yes, of course. I understand. You’ve been a great servant for the club, we’re going to really miss you - and we won’t sign your option.” Do you think the Glazers must take charge and sack under-fire Ed Woodward? 

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