Marouane Fellaini is a Manchester United player and will continue to be so until the club decides otherwise. Until that time, he deserves the full support and respect from fans that every other member of the squad is automatically entitled to. Any 'fan' who can't do that doesn't deserve to support a club as special as United.
Many of the same supporters that once bemoaned his very existence are raving about the star with the famous afro. It highlights the fickle nature of the modern fan and what many couldn't or simply refused to see is that Marouane Fellaini's status as a Manchester United player actually made incredible sense from the very start.
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