- Patrick Evra has responded to his sack by Marseille
- The former Manchester United defender was sacked for kicking his own supporter
- Evra has taken to him Instagram account to share a motivational video of him pulling a JEEP
Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has vowed to come back stronger than ever following his sacking at Marseille - whilst pulling a JEEP.
Evra was shown the door by Marseille after he sensationally drop kicked his own supporter following a heated exchange.
But the 36-year-old has no plans to hang up his boots just yet and is determined to continue his illustrious career.
Evra is no stranger to a motivational Instagram post on a Monday and his latest one didn't disappoint.
He appeared in high spirits as he pulled a jeep along a road whilst a friend is sitting on the top.
Whilst laughing into the camera he says: "Happy Monday. Sometimes life feels like it's really heavy but you have to keep smiling and of course, keep loving his game.
"I swear to god I will come back stronger than ever. Always positive energy, don't be lazy.
"I don't know what you're doing right now but I am pushing a car because I want to be better and better than I was before. I'm coming guys!"
Evra has begun his UEFA club ban for seven months following his kung-fu kick meaning he will be unable to compete in Uefa football matches until June 30 2018.
But it hasn't deterred clubs from making contact with Evra's agent after he revealed "plenty of people have been in touch."
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Federico Pastorello said: “Obviously he’s not feeling great at the moment but his career will not end here, he doesn’t want to leave the game in this way.
“He is physically stronger than he was five or six years ago and plenty of people have already been in touch with us.
"Patrice won’t be going back to Serie A after so many years at Juventus but we’re not ruling anything out, even Napoli, but that would be difficult I think.”
NAIJ.com reported earlier that former French international Patrice Evra who got into trouble for kicking a Marseille supporter in the warm up of Marseille Europa league fixture has spoken for the first time since the ugly occurrence.
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