Harry Maguire and the Manchester United players will be keen to be forgiven after the Red Devils’ humiliating defeat against Liverpool (5-0) last Sunday at Old Trafford. On the eve of the Mancuniens’ trip to London for a duel against Tottenham (from 6.30 p.m. on RMC Sport 1), Harry Maguire made amends. The center-back admits it, the squad led by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer received a big blow to the head during the game and in the days that followed.
“It was difficult, it was disappointing, Harry Maguire said in an interview for Sky Sports. When you look at the result and the performance, it was embarrassing. ‘is far from good for this club. It’s been a tough week. I’m not going to say we got on easily. “
More than ever in the hot seat after the sinking of his team against the Reds, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could quickly be sidelined in the event of another underperformance against the Spurs.
In a match that the British press is already having fun calling the “sackico”, understanding the game of the coaches who risk being fired, Harry Maguire and the Red Devils want to show that they have not abandoned their coach.
“We let the manager down against Liverpool. We let the fans down, the club, us as players, put Harry Maguire on again. So we have to take a huge responsibility for that. what we owe him a performance? Of course we do. “
With three losses and one draw in their last four Premier League appearances, Manchester United have fallen to seventh in the table after nine games. With only three points behind qualifying places for the Champions League, the Red Devils are not yet dropped. Provided, as Harry Maguire promises, that the team recovers quickly. The future of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer probably depends on it.
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