Reports just coming in from Manchester United Fc states that Patrice Evra has officially apologized to the Club’s management and Fans over the team’s performance at Munich last Night.
A press conference was conducted immediately the Team arrived Old traford, today, other speakers include Coach David Moyes and Captain Vidic.
The highlight of the event was when the scorer of ManUtd’s only goal of the said night, Evra took to the podium and wasted no time in taking responsibility for the the humiliation they suffered in the hands of UCL defending Champions Bayern-Munich, in a rather emotional moment.
Excerpts from his speech: “…it is with great humility, I stand here to apologise to the Club management, my Teammates, and millions of ManUtd fans around the globe, especially that were at the Allianz Arena, because I know I ought to be blamed not Moyes, I really shouldn’t have provoked Bayern by scoring that goal. most likely they would have pitied us and let the match end 0-0 or by a little margin of 1-0 in their favour. for that I say, I am sorry…”
It could be recalled that the said match ended 3-1 with Bayern’s first goal coming barely two minutes after Evra gave the Red devils the lead at the 57th minute. Meanwhile we at FNN hope this will help ManUtd fans vexed over Wayne Rooney’s shocking miss to understand it was in the best interest of the Club’s image, else maybe the goal margin and humiliation could have been worse due to further provocation.