Date: 4th November 2013 at 12:57pm
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Okay, oaky, emotions were probably running high, emotion fuelled by a pitiful twenty-three minutes when United scored thrice without reply, but for once Martin Jol is right.

When Bryan Ruiz was substituted was there really any need for the sarcastic applause?

No, there wasn`t and Jol is quite right when he remarks,

“One of my heroes is Glenn Hoddle and people never gave him credit because he was sometimes like Bryan.”

“People have to get used to him and if they don`t get used to him then we have a problem because I need Bryan Ruiz.”

“Maybe they don`t need me but they need Bryan Ruiz, believe me.”

“He has just come back from playing for his country against Mexico where he scored, they won 2-1 and now he goes to the World Cup.”

“There he is a hero, here they boo him off the park.”

“That is very, very frustrating and very disappointing for me because I want my supporters to stay behind my players.”

And here in the editorial chair, I totally agree. If we can`t stay united and get behind our team we`ll quickly become a disorientated rabble going nowhere, but down!