Latest sports news of today: Former Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has explained the problem his old team have which is restricting the Red Devils from achieving success since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure.
The 40-year-old had a brief spell at the Old Trafford stadium under José Mourinho where the Swedish made 53 appearances in all competitions, scoring 29 goals, helping United to lift an EFL Cup, Community Shield and the Europa League.
Speaking with The Guardian, Ibrahimovic said that the biggest problem he felt Manchester United have is that the Red Devils talk too much about the past. The 40-year-old further said that he wanted to make his own tale in English football. He said:
“I had a great experience in England. Manchester United are an amazing club and we won a couple of trophies. They talk too much about the past. When I went there I said: ‘I’m here to focus on the present and to make my own story.’ But when you have too much it becomes like a loop. You have to think about the present or you should go to a hospital and clean your head.”
The latest sports news of today: Will Manchester United achieve success any time soon?
Latest sports news of today: Manchester United haven’t shown any signs that they could bring success at the Old Trafford stadium any time soon. Despite producing bad performances over the past few games, the Red Devils hierarchy took too long to dismiss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and currently they seem without a clear plan on how they should continue in this season.
The Premier League giants have struggled over the last decade since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson and this shows that the Red Devils lack the ability to make the right decision.
Manchester United have made many wrong decisions in the past and there aren’t any encouraging signs from the club that things will be different this time around. Therefore, there will not be any guarantees that the new manager can bring success at the Old Trafford stadium under this regime.