Manchester United’s season hit a new low this week when two senior players had to be separated in a training ground collapse.
The Sun reports that this incident happened Thursday afternoon towards the end of their session at their base in Carrington.
Although the players involved have not been named and arguments during competitive training sessions are nothing new, it is said that this fight left the players “stunned” and was serious enough that manager Ralf Rangnick chose to end the session prematurely before commanding the team. back to the locker room.
It comes after the side were granted four days off following their 4-0 Premier League loss to Brighton, with United not playing again until they face Crystal Palace on Sunday.
As fans desperately await the end of this disastrous season, new boss Erik ten Hag will have a lot of work to do.
Former West Ham striker Carlton Cole was discussing United’s future under Teg Hag during his Sports Bar appearance and believes it could take five years to fight the ‘virus’ in the dressing room.
He said: “The players Man United have at their disposal have not done well for them.
“You can’t just watch the players, it’s a matter of management, but even higher it’s in the boardrooms.
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“They haven’t defined the culture of the club in terms of managers. It’s been like a revolving door since Sir Alex Ferguson and they haven’t been able to settle in.
“It starts from there and then what you buy on the pitch turns into results.
“Ten Hag is coming, he is going to watch his team and see who is going to fight for him, which players are going to give him that bit of quality and who is going to score the goals.
“They’ve sorted out some of these things, but how long is that going to take? If it’s a five-year project, it will take two or three windows to get players in and also to get them out, because that’s the most important thing.
The players in this locker room could be a virus.
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