Manchester United's Argentinian defender Marcos Rojo (L) and Dutch midfielder Memphis Depay (R) arrives for a training session in Manchester, north west England, on November 2, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS
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Winger Memphis Depay has hit back at his critics, insisting he is working hard to rediscover his best form after being axed from Manchester United's first team by manager Louis van Gaal.Memphis joined United in June from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven after finishing the season as the Dutch league's top scorer with 22 goals.He had a promising start to life at Old Trafford, making 13 appearances in a row, but his performances deteriorated until he was substituted at halftime during the 3-0 defeat by Arsenal in the Premier League on Oct. 4 .The 21-year-old has not featured in a league game for the club since, but responded to critics questioning his lifestyle choices and commitment to the team, saying his off-field demeanor had no bearing on the effort he put into training.
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