John Carver says he doesn’t think any of his family have boycotted yet
Speaking ahead of the Swansea match, John Carver says he hasn’t yet discovered anybody in his family who have joined the protests and boycotted matches.
The United Head Coach claims that fans know they have to support the team to make sure relegation is avoided.
Carver also claiming that some people will never be happy and would moan even if they were winning.
“I think they are making their point and I can understand that they are entitled to make that point and have an opinion.
“I think though they also realise we need three points and that they need to get behind the team, because we want to be playing Premier League football next season.
‘If fans are ‘venting their spleen’ inside the stadium it can’t help?’
“It happens…it even happens when you are winning – trust me.
“You’re never going to please everybody, so there are always going to be times and spells when people are having a go at you and we just have to deal with that.
‘As a fan, does it disappoint you that fans are feeling as they do?’
“It doesn’t disappoint me because people are entitled to do that. I am pleading – please please please get behind the team.
“I haven’t come across any of my family who has boycotted the game but if they wanted to then it is their opinion if they want to.”
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