Last season was far from acceptable for this club, claims Harry Maguire

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has criticized the club’s performance in the 2021/22 season and revealed that as individuals the players have not played. The Englishman also welcomed the presence of Erik ten Hag and admitted the Dutch manager changed the atmosphere around the team.

After spending quite a lot of money to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho last summer, much was expected of the Red Devils especially after finishing second in the 2020/21 season. However, things didn’t go to plan as the club instead struggled to find their footing and it ultimately cost Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his job. The situation didn’t change even after Ralf Rangnick was placed in charge on an interim basis and the Red Devils eventually succumbed to a sixth-place finish.

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Many wonder how Erik ten Hag’s appointment will transform this squad, especially given the club’s struggles in the 2021/22 season. In light of this, Harry Maguire denounced the team’s performance and admitted that Manchester United is ‘all about winning trophies’, and that their performance last season ‘was far from acceptable for this club’. He also revealed that players were also struggling to perform on an individual level and that needed to change.

“This club is all about winning trophies. From where we were last season, we have to look at a huge improvement. Last year was far from acceptable for this club. We were knocked out of the cups early, we didn’t gave our fans nothing to look forward to,” Maguire said, Sky Sports reported.

“We have to make sure that we are in these competitions for a large part of the season and in March we are still playing in these major competitions and these major games. Last season, in the last two or three months, we were playing Saturday, Saturday, Saturday and this club is not used to that and should not do that.

“We were out of every cup and didn’t perform well in the league. We have to look for a major performance boost and give our fans something to be excited about. You can always find excuses in everyday life and ‘We just have to look at each other. As individuals we didn’t perform well enough and the team ultimately didn’t perform well enough collectively,’ he added.

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