Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand claims people at the club must stick together and turn themselves around after a disappointing season at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have struggled in David Moyes’ first season in charge, currently seventh in the Premier League with European qualification a doubt for next year. Neighbours Manchester City are challenging for the title and have beaten the champions twice this season, including Tuesday’s 3-0 win at Old Trafford, with some believing the balance of power has already shifted in the city.
United captain Nemanja Vidic has already announced he will be leaving the club for Inter Milan in the summer, with fellow veteran defenders Ferdinand and Patrice Evra thought to be following him through the exit door.
However, Ferdinand has possibly suggested he will stay at the club to try and make United contenders again.
He said on his official Twitter account: “Losing a game is something that I will never enjoy experiencing. . . sticking together & working hard to right the wrongs is a must. ”Watch Arsenal v Man City Saturday or Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur, Sunday.
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