Liverpool fans have mocked Manchester United by lending their support to Ed Woodward after the Red Devils’ chief hit back at criticism over recruitment at Old Trafford. The executive vice-chairman has come under fire from United fans this season after a dismal opening to the campaign has left the 20-time Premier League winners in 18th place and in danger of dropping into the relegation zone this weekend. A defeat to fierce rivals Liverpool could push Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men down to 19th in the table, a far cry from the glory years under Sir Alex Ferguson. A large number of fans believe Man Utd’s fall from grace has come as a result of poor recruitment on Woodward’s behalf, with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Angel Di Maria being brought into the club on astronomic wages, but then failing to perform. Chilean Sanchez exited the club on loan this summer alongside Romelu Lukaku, but neither were replaced, leaving United light up front and driving supporters to question Woodward’s judgement. But the Man Utd chief was defiant in his defence of the Premier league side’s transfer policy. He said: “First of all, we are an incredible 141-year footballing institution with all… Read full this story
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