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Carroll: frustrated Man Utd fans could lose patience with Moyes

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll believes the club's fans may start to lose patience with David Moyes if they sense a trophy drought on the way.

Carroll, who played for United between 2001 and 2005, saw their struggles up close last week when his team Olympiacos beat Moyes' men 2-0.

It surprised me a bit, the way Manchester United played against us because, for me, they are a team who want to win every game.

They haven't changed too many players from the side that won the league, but David Moyes has had a tough start.

He seems like a nice guy so I hope he does well, but the fans will have to be patient. I just don't know how patient United fans can be because they don't want to do an Arsenal and not win a trophy for that long, or be like Liverpool and go without winning the league for so many years.

– Roy Carroll on Moyes' woes

Nigerian striker doing well after collapsing

Michael Olaitan was in the side that beat Manchester United last week. Credit: PA

Olympiacos striker Michael Olaitan is in "very good condition" in hospital after collapsing during Sunday's Athens derby against Panathinaikos.

The 21-year-old Nigerian, who recently played against Manchester United in a 2-0 Champions League victory for the Greek champions, collapsed in the first half of Olympiacos' 3-0 defeat to Panathinaikos.

He regained consciousness before being taken to hospital for tests and club doctor Christos Theos now believes a viral infection was to blame.

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