Football Soccer - Manchester United v Norwich City - Barclays Premier League - Old Trafford - 19/12/15. Manchester United's Ashley Young in action with Norwich's Robbie Brady. Action Images via Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
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As pressure mounts on Manchester United after an extended run of poor results, winger Ashley Young insists players are in high spirits and are determined to put things right with a win at Stoke City on Boxing day.The Red Devils have exited the Champions League and dropped to fifth in the Premier League after a run of six winless games.Criticism for United's possession-based playing style has intensified over the past month, but Young is the latest player after Phil Jones and David de Gea who has spoken positively about the dressing room atmosphere.
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