McCarthy unaware of Manchester United crisis
Mick McCarthy has rubbished reports of a crisis at Manchester United Football Club.
It has been a difficult season for the Reds despite their high position in the Premier League, a competition in which they trail rivals City thanks to a 6-1 derby defeat at Old Trafford.
United were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League at the group stage on Wednesday, but bounced back with a comfortable 4-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
And speaking after he saw his side dismantled at the home of the champions, Wolves boss McCarthy rubbished suggestions that Sir Alex Ferguson has a crisis on his hands.
"They've still got very, very good players despite the so-called demise that the media have been desperate to get a story out of this week," he told Sky Sports.
"I don't look at Manchester United in a different way. All the hype and talk about their demise is nonsense. They have had a tough couple of results. They have been knocked out of the Champions League.
"But they will get back again because they have got really good players and a whole load of young players, who are developing."
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