Manchester United’s season is going from bad to worse this season. The team is ranked 13th in the English Premier League with 6 points from two wins and three losses, and tonight it faces a difficult test against its host Bayern Munich in the group stage of the Champions League.
These poor results at the beginning of the season were shocking to the “Manu” fans, who were happy with the arrival of Dutch coach Erik Ten Hag, and the new contracts that cost the team’s treasury tens of millions of dollars.
It seems that these poor results and outcome have other reasons than the decline in the level of a number of players and Ten Hag’s inability to adjust the strings during the course of the matches. The most prominent of these reasons are the injuries and suspensions that plague the Red Devils.
The list of those arrested includes two players and 9 injured:
The two detainees:
Englishman Jadon Sancho, after a dispute with Hague, is training individually away from the first team, in compliance with a penalty related to his discipline with the team. This striker claimed on social media that he had become a “scapegoat” after he was excluded from the team’s squad during their 1-3 loss to Arsenal earlier this month. In turn, the coach stated that Sancho was excluded from the Arsenal match due to his performance in training.
Brazilian Anthony is on paid leave to pay his bill from Manchester United until further notice after allegations from women of violence, which caused him to be excluded from his country’s national team roster. The 23-year-old player was excluded from the national team roster a few days ago following allegations from his ex-girlfriend, Gabriella Cavallin, that he used violence against her more than once since last January.
- Englishman Aaron Wan-Bissaka
- English goalkeeper Tom Heaton
- Englishman Luke Shaw
- Englishman Mason Mount
- Moroccan Sofiane Amrabat
- Frenchman Raphael Varane
- Dutch Tyrel Malatsia
- Englishman Kobe Mayano
- Ivory Coast Amad Diallo