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Patrice Evra: Man United legend offers to help club after poor start to new season

– Patrice Evra is desperate to offer his service to former club Manchester United after seeing them suffer in the league – Man United have won just two of their opening six Premier League games having suffered a 2-0 defeat to West Ham on Sunday – Their shaky start into the new campaign now has them occupying eighth place on the standings Man United legendary left-back, Patrice Evra, has offered to help Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following the club’s difficult start to the season. United have picked a paltry eight points from six matches into the new season, leaving them sitting eighth on the Premier League standings. Partrice Evra is back at Manchester United to complet his UEFA coaching badges. Photo: Getty Images Source: Getty Images PAY ATTENTION: Place your bet and get the chance to win big on 1xbet The side’s 2-0 weekend defeat to West Ham United at London Stadium has now put Solskjaer under immense pressure, with a section of fans demanding for his sacking. The Norwegian tactician replaced Jose Mourinho at the helm of affairs back in December 2018, enjoying a run of good results that finally earned him the job on a permanent basis. Super Eagles star creates terrible record in EPL after going a year without a goal The latter stages of last season were however marked with a string of poor results that saw the Red Devils finish sixth in the league. Sir Alex Ferguson and Patrice Evra after the Michael Carrick Testimonial match in June, 2017. Photo: Getty Images Source: Getty Images The start of the new season promised a dream start, with United making a bright start after stunning Chelsea 4-0 in their opener. But the club has witnessed a dip in form since then, registering a single win in five matches. And Evra, who has been working with the club’s youth teams as he seeks to completes his UEFA coaching badges, is desperate to see his former side to return to the top. In an Instagram post shared on his handle, the five-time Premier League winner expressed interest in helping United to get results. “I think it’s time to get our hands dirty! @manchesterunited board, are you ready to let us help you guys…? #manchesterunited,” he posted.

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