It’s been a rough season for 34-year-old Man United midfielder Michael Carrick.
Carrick has been injured for long parts of the campaign.
Indeed, he hasn’t played since making an injury-time cameo against Swansea in the first game of 2016.
Carrick was out of action for Sunday’s Premier League game at Liverpool, however he was at the match.
Rather than sitting in the posh seats with his teammates though, Carrick opted to watch the match at Anfield in the midst of the away fans.
No one can question the player’s loyalty to the club!
Phil Jones, also injured, was seen sitting with the away fans too.
It’s Carrick, yer know…… pic.twitter.com/VGRFzyMq3s
— Andy (@AndrewH_1999) January 17, 2016
Phil Jones has gone to sleep in the crowd pic.twitter.com/dy96yI3C11
— Juan Mata (@JuanMataTouch) January 17, 2016
Carrickand Jones aren’t the first Red Devils to watch a game with the supporters in recent weeks.
On Boxing Day, as United slumped to a fourth straight defeat away at Stoke, injured Marcos Rojo was spotted in the crowd with the fans at the Britannia Stadium.
Rojo is a long term absentee for United after the Argentine defender recently underwent surgery for a shoulder problem.