Crazy ball Midfielder Scott McTominay admits that being a Manchester United player means he has to prepare for a storm of criticism and now reaffirms his determination to prove himself after a very bad season last season.
Almost all the players in the team The Red Devils comes under intense scrutiny in the 2021/2022 season after the club endured their worst campaign in Premier League history, conceding just 58 points from 38 games and 57 goals!
Among the players who received a lot of criticism was Scott McTominay, with former Manchester United captain Roy Keane even saying once: “As long as they both play in midfield for Manchester United, they are not going to win big trophies.”
The Scotland international midfielder, promoted by Jose Mourinho of the u.23s in 2017, admits his job means he cannot escape criticism but is now determined to prove himself and silence any criticism next season.
He said: ‘If you play for Manchester United, you will be criticized. If you think you’re going to play for United and you are not going to get a little criticism here and there then you are in the wrong job because that’s not how it works at this football club.
“Maybe you should look in the mirror a bit, because it’s just part of the job. Everyone is criticized, it’s the world we live in, social media criticism. You see it just how much you want to see it. It is also part of it. ”
Meanwhile, as reported by Fabrizio Romano, that Manchester United have shown their determination to stand up under the new manager Erik ten Hag by having completed three transfers so far, namely Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez.
PreviouslyErik ten Hag claimed he was more comfortable than Man Utd without Cristiano Ronaldo