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Patrice Evra defends David Moyes

Patrice Evra has told RMC that everyone is "behind the new manager" at Manchester United with David Moyes under fire.

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Evra, who has won five Premier League titles since joining United in 2006, was in the United side beaten 2-0 at Olympiakos in Tuesday's Champions League last 16 first-leg, which represented the nadir of a difficult campaign.

However, the France international feels it was no surprise the squad had struggled after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson last summer.

He said: "There was a big change -- it had to be digested. Nobody likes change. The team played under Alex Ferguson for more than eight years. We're behind the new manager. We're going to do all we can to qualify for the next Champions League.

"Whether I win trophies or we're bottom of the table, my love for the club will not change."

Evra, 32, is due to be out of contract at the end of the season although the Sunday Times recently reported that he has triggered a clause in his deal that obliges the club to offer his an extension.

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