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Manchester United Player Issues Continue – Vidic & RvP Unhappy? Chicharito Retracts Statement

Chicharito Manchester United
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Many Manchester United fans are used to hearing from their players after spectacular wins or stunning goals/saves that happened in the last game, but recently, the only thing they get are complaints. As our readers have had a chance to read in yesterday’s article, van Persie’s statement after the defeat in the Champions League against Olympiakos affected some of his fellow teammates. RvP was frustrated with the lack of tactics in the squad, but also pointed that some of his team-mates are occupying his working zone on the pitch.

Sadly for squad and fans, this is not the only thing that is causing disharmony in the team, since Joey Barton recently announced that Vidic is not part of the dressing room anymore (according to the controversial midfielder, the current United captain has his private area, separated from other players) and it is very hard to believe that things are ideal at Old Trafford.

As for the statement by van Perise , he got a response on instagram from Hernandez, but not long after that, the Mexican striker tried to deny any misunderstanding between the strikers. On his twitter account, he stated following :



For United fans, these are definitely the only wise words that can be heard at this moment (unless, of course, Chicharito was “advised” to make this statement). The situation is far away from good, and the Mexican’s statement is a “call to arms” – to drive away all dark clouds that are around team, to strengthen the relationship between players and to demonstrate team spirit once again.

The Red Devils will rest this weekend, since their match against Manchester City is postponed because the Blue club from Manchester is playing in the League Cup final on Sunday. Perhaps, the players can speak and find a solution for their recent issues.