Manchester Utd v Swansea result put on fans

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The transitional period of Manchester United and the new manager has taken its toll on the club this season as the former giants of British football reside in 7th in the Barclays Premier League, although they seem to be climbing the table at a snail’s pace. As fans demand more from the team the emphasis has been put on them as Manchester United host Swansea tomorrow evening.

Striker Wayne Rooney calls out to fans for their support as the former Champions look to boost their results and make progress towards the top of the table. As it stands the Red Devils may not even be guaranteed a European spot this year, so we can understand Rooney’s rallying call to fans in a bid to restore more confidence in the league.

Rooney’s plead to supporters is documented on the Sky Sports website as David Moyes’ side could be looking at four successive defeats as they take on the Swans at home this weekend. The last time United conceived four losses in a row was back in 1981 during Dave Sexton’s spell in charge, therefore, the younger fans could see their beloved team enter uncharted territory at Old Trafford on Saturday evening.

With Swansea looking to follow up their FA Cup victory over Red Devils, Moyes will be expecting nothing more than a win, although their home advantage is where the fans can help by showing their support.

Rooney has been out for the last two matches due to a groin injury, but urges fans to stick behind the team through this time, as he feel the side will get stronger and better saying “The fans are vital in being patient with us and letting us try to get there. I am sure we will do.

In addition, he also told MUTV “The fans have been great here, especially now they are not in the best of form and had conceived the last few games.” Manchester United v Swansea is live from 5pm tomorrow on Sky Sports 1HD and Sky Sports 3D, so do you think Man Utd can use this home game to get a result over the Swans?

Manchester Utd v Swansea result put on fans