Manchester United leave some staff furious after branding them non-relevant
According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United have risked the wrath of some of their staff after labelling them non-relevant.
This come after the club believed separated the allocation of car parking spaces amid the coronavirus pandemic at their Carrington base.
Some United staff are believed to be unhappy due to signs in the training ground’s car park.
According to the report, notices have been put up, with non-players and coaches branded as ‘non-relevant’.
Many of these staff are responsible for looking after players or have crucial operational roles at the training ground. This action has made them feel undervalued by the club.
Hopefully, it is just a faux-pas and the club will reassure those who feel their contributions have been sidelined.
Solskjaer has often spoken of building up team spirit. For a club to succeed, it is imperative that everyone works together, both on and off the pitch.
Insecurities or discrimination in any form will be a blot on what should be a collective effort at regaining our position at the top of the pyramid.
The Red Devils won their first Premier League game of the season against Brighton yesterday. The Seagulls battled hard and it took a last-second penalty from Bruno Fernandes to see us home.
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United return to the Amex Stadium on Wednesday to face Brighton once again, this time in the Carabao Cup fourth round.