Manchester United scrap training session after a clash between senior stars
According to The Sun, Manchester United were forced to scrap their training session due to a clash between two senior stars on Thursday. This news was a shocking one, to say the least, especially when they are set to enter a new era under the incoming boss Erik ten Hag.
The incident took place towards the end of the session at Carrington on Thursday as the Man United duo clashed with each other in a heated physical exchange. The unknown duo had to be forced apart, and the training was brought to a close abruptly as a result.
The entire squad was asked to return to the dressing room after the brawl had taken place at the Red Devils’ training base. Even the players who were used to clashes between teammates were left shocked by this incident. It remains to be seen if further information will be available regarding this matter.
Will Man Utd take action?
If this news is believed to be true, then the brawl just caps off how our season has turned out to be so far. The best thing we could have done is to instil a healthy atmosphere before paving the way for a new era under Ten Hag past this summer.
However, this supposed clash would seriously hamper our morale with a match still left to play for in the current campaign. Qualifying for the Champions League and the Europa League is not possible at this moment, but we cannot afford to lose control of our place in the Conference League as well.
Youngsters like Alvaro Fernandez, Shola Shoretire and Teden Mengi were recently involved in training and seniors acting in this manner could impact them negatively as well. Hence, the Red Devils duo who were involved in the exchange should look to publicly apologise to the squad, Ralf Rangnick and his team for acting unprofessionally.
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Then again, it is highly advisable that this update is taken with a pinch of salt unless we receive confirmation from more reliable sources. The fans already have experienced how Man United were constantly subjected to fake news a few months ago.
That could potentially be the case this time around, so we certainly cannot rule out that possibility. The media could simply be looking to gain some views by trying to cause unrest. Hence, the supporters should remain composed and wait for reliable sources to address the subject.