Manchester United fans have made it quite clear what they think about Louis van Gaal's playing style but now even the club's sponsors are unhappy with the team's style of play. (Wayne Rooney Scripts History in Manchester United F.C.'s Win)
Adidas chief executive Herbert Hainer told a German newspaper that Manchester United's "current playing style is not exactly what we want to see". (Manchester United Manager Louis van Gaal Seeks Turnaround)
Manchester United's jerseys are made by the German company. (Manchester United Clinch $1.3bn Adidas Kit Deal)
Hainer, however, also said that business with United "is going very well, we're selling more jerseys than expected".
United beat Swansea 2-1 on Saturday to end an eight-game winless run - their longest in 26 years - and give manager Louis van Gaal some reprieve.
The Dutch coach had raised the possibility of resigning during United's poor run.
United are fifth in the Premier League and already out of the Champions League.