Darren Fletcher insists Manchester United's flops deserve a second chance.
Fletcher reckons David Moyesâ€™ predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson saw the rewards of backing his players in times of trouble.
â€śYouâ€™ve got to believe that you can come good and Sir Alex Ferguson trusted the players at that time,â€ť he said.
â€śHe saw them in training every day, saw the qualities they had, saw their performances in games and just had to get that from them on a consistent basis.
â€śYou can look to times like that and realise just because youâ€™re going through a bad spell, it doesnâ€™t make you bad players.
â€śWeâ€™ve got to get a little bit of confidence back in our game, a little self-belief and thatâ€™s about experienced players who have been there and done it coming together with the younger ones.
â€śThen, all of a sudden, you come back as a team and show what you are about."
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