Harry Maguire on Manchester United: “The last few months have been nowhere near good enough”

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 22: Manchester United Coach Michael Carrick and Harry Maguire of Manchester United answer questions from the media at a press conference during a first team training session at Carrington Training Ground on November 22, 2021 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)

After a 4-1 loss to Watford, Manchester United has sacked Ole Gunnar Solskj�r from his duties. Something had to change at the English club, and it finally has. A lot of the blame on how the club is performing has gone to Ole Gunnar Solskj�r. But Harry Maguire speaks out about Manchester United by defending their former manager.

“The last few months have been nowhere near good enough and the players are responsible for that as well.”

Harry Maguire

Manchester United continues to drop points in the Premier League table. They have a record of one win, three losses, and one draw in their last five games. At this rate, we may not see the English giant compete in the Champions League next season. Their next manager has to be a crucial one if they wish to compete for that top-4 position.

�We�ve got to look forward, we�ve got to move this club forward and find something within ourselves, within the group to find that focus and mentality to produce a good performance tomorrow and get the result we need for this club.�

Harry Maguire

A lot of the blame for how Manchester United is performing has gone to the captain Harry Maguire. During the 4-1 loss to Watford, Harry Maguire was shown a red card forcing Manchester United to play a man down. As a result, Harry Maguire blames individual performances and takes the heat off the manager.

Manchester United’s recent form is worrying for soccer fans all around the world. The English club has all the tools necessary to succeed, including world-class players like Cristiano Ronaldo. But management hasn’t been successful in the past couple of years. Their last trophy won was the Europa League in 2017 under legendary manager Jos� Mourinho. Their next manager will decide the future of this club and, hopefully, bring them some silverware.

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