Think your Monday morning is bad? Try being, Marouane Fellaini, the Belgian should be scared to see daylight this week following the Manchester United man’s horror 10 minute cameo away at Goodison Park.
Fellaini came on in the 85th minute today…😑
This was his contribution…😡 pic.twitter.com/JrYxQXKqsO
— Mitch Clarke (@mitch5clarke) December 4, 2016
The Belgian simply had a horror show. And, no, before the media/anyone else comes bemoaning Jose Mourinho for bringing the former Everton player on, they should not blame the United gaffer. The onus should purely be on, Fellaini; no one else! He had one job, one job! Kill the game, stop the direct play – he miserably failed.
Although, Fellaini, is by no means a convincing midfielder, the 29-year-old has enough doggedness, and enough about him to help see the game out and collect all three points for the Red Devils, which the side did well to protect for 89 minutes.
And Match of the Day pundit, Gary Lineker, just about summed up the donkey’s performance in one brilliant tweet…
This is one of Fellaini's best performances….for Everton.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) December 4, 2016
Did the former Toffee player forget who he was playing for? It was genuinely as if Ronald Koeman had tipped the afro ridden man off, as Marouane did his best ‘two fingers’ gesture to Mourinho for recently not playing the Belgian.
To show just how poor Fellaini has been for United, is shown in the midfielders record since the start of 2015/16…
Manchester United's PL win % since the start of 2015/16: With Marouane Fellaini = 34.4% Without Marouane Fellaini = 60.8% [Squawka] #MUFC
— Manchester United (@ManUtdUpdates_) December 5, 2016
It just shows how the Belgian has become a hinderance on the Red Devils, rather than contributing anything of any form of merit. However, the 29-year-old has managed to fuel some top banter over social media posts, as he officially becomes the most hated man amongst Manchester United support.
Don’t open your social media accounts, Marouane, and get yourself on a flight out of Manchester ASAP, or alternatively just an uber back to your old bloody club across the road.
Have a look at Ryan Giggs ultimate Man United XI…