Sunday, November 28

Maguire gives the players of Man Utd the “responsibility” for the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – Nach Welt

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire has insisted that the players “take responsibility for the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer”.

The Red Devils broke up with Solskjaer on Sunday. This came after they lost five of their last seven Premier League games.

The last straw for Mann UtdThe board was their 4-1 loss to Watford on Vicarage Road on Saturday.


Solskjaer targeted “flops” after “betrayal”


Maguire has been in poor shape for United this season. He was sent off against Watford after receiving two warnings within seven minutes of the second half.

Michael Carrick is United’s temporary boss. His first responsible game is in Spain when Man Utd face Villarreal in the Champions League group stage.

As reported by Manchester Abendnachrichten, Maguire has suggested that Solskjaer “paid the price” for the player’s performance not being good enough:

“The players have to take responsibility. We are related. Ultimately the manager paid the price, we are all so disappointed with that. We know we weren’t good enough. We talked about that. The boys want to be successful.

“It was a very tough time as a player. The respect we showed the boss. We were on a trip together.

“It was difficult for him to come and talk to us yesterday. The result on Saturday wasn’t good enough, but the results recently weren’t good enough. Ole paid the price and we have a great responsibility to take on too.

“The players have to take responsibility for everything on and off the pitch. We were there together and we are all so disappointed.

“[Us players] I have to bring this club back to where it was.

“We were in it together, we did everything we could. We give everything, we want to be successful.

“The manager came in and spoke to us, it was an emotional day. Ole was a legend, he will remain so.

“He wished us all the best, he will support us. He wants us to win every football game.

“I think there are ups and downs in football. For many the toughest time at club level.

“It wasn’t good enough not to deliver individually or collectively. It was snowing from one thing to the other.

“We have to find something in us to find this focus and this mentality.”

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Reference-www.nach-welt.com

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