Jamie Redknapp believes that the Manchester United players look "unhappy" under manager David Moyes following Sunday's defeat to Everton.
Jamie Redknapp believes that the Manchester United team are "unhappy" playing under manager David Moyes.
The Red Devils suffered a 2-0 defeat at Moyes's former club Everton on Sunday, leaving them 23 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool and officially out of next season's Champions League.
"The players look unhappy with David Moyes, they are not performing for him," Redknapp wrote in the Daily Mail. "It is a real worry and he needs to get them motivated fast.
"Moyes is clearly a good manager but the move is not working out for him and only the club hierarchy know whether he will be given time to turn things round."
United, who appointed Moyes following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement last summer, have four games remaining in their campaign.
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