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How Fellaini Overcame ‘Worst’ Season

How Fellaini Overcame ‘Worst’ Season The UTD Podcast has an exciting episode in the pipeline, As we recently spoke to former Reds midfielder Marouane Fellaini about his journey with the club.

 

Fellaini, who retired from professional football in February, from 2013 to 2019 Played for United in between, scoring 22 goals in 177 games and winning three trophies. 87-cap Belgium international tonight (Tuesday) Punditry will be on duty for the friendly with

 

England at Wembley, as he decides ,where the next step is. Earlier this month, Maruan was interviewed by. Helen Evans and Sam., Homewood And he admitted that at the club under David Moyes in 2013/14 His first campaign was the most difficult season ,kof his career, following a big-money move from Everton. United,

 

the reigning champions, finished seventh – their first since 1990 Our lowest league position – where Fellaini was limited to 12 Premier League starts. A goalscoring threat for Moyes with the Toffees, he never found the net for the Reds that first season.

 

Happy retirement, Maruan! Fortunately, things will improve for Fellaini at United. Moyes was replaced as manager by Louis van Gaal, and in 2014/15 The term was a personal best for the Belgian, as he scored seven times in 31 games,

 

Despite him not being the Dutchman’s first choice. “Now, I have no problem with Everton or Manchester [United fans]. I have no problem with fans

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