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Rooney questions Man United injuries:Are they really injured or just feigning?

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Post time 16-5-2024 07:45:43 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by Shri0001 at 16-5-2024 07:46 AM

Manchester United legend forward, Rooney, made astonishing remarks a few days ago. Following Manchester United's home loss to Arsenal due to a shortage of players, Rooney suggested that many of United's so-called "injured" players might be feigning injuries, motivated by a desire to "protect" themselves!

With a recent spate of injuries plaguing Manchester United, especially in defense, where all the main and backup players are almost sidelined, even forcing midfielder Casemiro to play as a center-back, the impact of injuries on the team is evident. Additionally, with midfield linchpin Bruno Fernandes also injured and forward Rashford among others, United's injury crisis has directly affected their performance, with 14 league losses breaking their worst-ever record.

Rooney, as a Manchester United icon attending the matches, also expressed his views on the game, delivering explosive opinions. He suggested that the reason for United's player shortage is straightforward: some players, with the impending European Championship, opt to "continue" their injuries to ensure their availability for the upcoming tournament, hence choosing to sit out matches.

Furthermore, amidst a gloomy atmosphere within the squad, he also indicated that some players might be temporarily avoiding returning to play due to the dismal team atmosphere. Rooney's comments have naturally sparked controversy, but United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists that keeping injured players from rushing back is to protect them. Despite the shortage of players, United only lost at home by a single goal to Arsenal, currently competing for the title, indicating, in his view, that the team has reached its limits for now.

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Post time 16-5-2024 10:03:31 | Show all posts
Rooney's point does make sense, but even if the European Championship is approaching, wouldn't it make a difference if they haven't been training?
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Post time 16-5-2024 12:34:55 | Show all posts
This season has been quite dismal for Manchester United. The team's performance is truly despairing.... at the beginning of the season, they were hoping to contend for the title, but as it nears its end, they find themselves languishing in eighth place in the league, without even securing a spot in European competition. They're even trailing behind Chelsea, who were struggling earlier. It can be said that Manchester United has been in a state of collapse throughout the entire season, and blaming injuries is merely a scapegoat for Solskjaer's poor results.
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Post time 16-5-2024 20:42:13 | Show all posts
The team has the talent, the coach has the capability, and even under the influence of injuries, they should have achieved better results. Look at Real Madrid this season—they haven't had a recognized striker, and injuries have plagued them too, with numerous changes in the center-back position. Yet, they still managed to clinch the La Liga title and reach the Champions League final. Contrast that with Solskjaer, who has managed to lose 14 Premier League games this season, breaking the club's record. It just goes to show that Manchester United has fallen short, and Solskjaer's incompetence is evident. As for players feigning injuries, I think it's understandable. When the team has no hope left, it's better to protect oneself, especially with the European Championship coming up in the summer. Missing out on such a quadrennial event would be a huge loss. Moreover, with Solskjaer's favoritism evident—leaving out Sancho, who helped the team reach the Champions League final, and favoring Martial, whose performances have been lackluster—it's natural for players to feel demotivated. With such a head coach, who would be willing to give their all for him? So, perhaps it's time for Solskjaer to leave in the summer, go coach at Bayern, and blame Kane for the lack of trophies. Haha
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Post time 16-5-2024 20:42:34 | Show all posts
"Rooney had quite a career at Manchester United... Speaking of which, has Manchester United ever played in the European Cup? Feels like without addressing that issue, there's not much excitement left.
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As an absolute legend of Manchester United and the current record holder for most goals scored, Rooney certainly has the right to speak his mind. After all, players are human too—they have their own emotions and desires. When someone treats them well, they reciprocate that kindness. Here, "someone" obviously refers to Coach Ten Hag and the higher management of Manchester United. But why are so many players getting injured? It's because they no longer want to give their all for Coach Ten Hag and the higher-ups at Manchester United. Everyone knows what Ten Hag is like, he doesn't do anything other than his official duties. Back in the day, my idol Ronaldo was driven away under his leadership. Who's better at playing football, you or Ronaldo? Naturally, my idol Ronaldo also has a strong personality. If the coach doesn't support my ideas and the higher management disagrees with my philosophy, then you can go your own way. And what has been the result? Up until now, what improvements have Manchester United seen? They've been living off their past glory for 12 years without a single trophy. The last championship was won with the help of Mourinho, and he suffered greatly for it, only to be let down by Manchester United's higher-ups. Of course, the capitalists don't care about the team's life or death, they only care about how much money they can make. Keep sucking the blood, you fools. You ruined a great team. The fans are also suffering and filled with resentment. They understand why the team is performing so poorly. The players understand it too. The difference between fans and players is that one is on the field and the other off it. Naturally, players have more control. If you don't treat me well, I won't play. Many players used to flock to join Manchester United, but once they arrived, they realized it wasn't what they expected. Look at who is still eager to come to Manchester United now. Everyone can't wait to leave that filthy place. The current new players are really suffering. They want to leave but are bound by contracts. So, they can only fake injuries. Can you really prove that my injury is fake? Hahaha
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