Premier League giants Manchester United are not able to find any kind of form at the moment. They currently find themselves in the bottom half of the points tally and even dangerously close to the relegation zone.
To add to their woes, injuries continue to trouble Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men and his team would need to find some form and momentum right now before it gets too late.
During this forgettable phase of Manchester United, many people including former players and pundits have spoken about how it is tough being a Manchester United fan these days. Some have even spoken about how hard it is to watch Manchester United play these days and now Daley Blind joins the list.
The Dutchman had joined the Red Devils way back in 2014 and after a brief stint with the side, moved to Ajax Amsterdam where he has been reasonably successful.
Despite being a part of Ajax, Blind identified himself as a United fan and stated that it is difficult for him to see the way Manchester United is performing these days.
“Of course I’m not happy to see Man Utd and how they’re performing at the moment,” he said in a pre-match press-conference of the UEFA Champions League.
“I’m still a fan of United and it’s not nice to see.”
Blind is a vital member of the Ajax squad and was part of the Ajax team which reached the UEFA Champions League semi-finals last season.