Legend Irwin reminds Manchester United not to despair – hurry up to recover.
Former Manchester United left-back Denis Irwin has warn Erik ten Hag current Manchester United side not to depress. That they don’t work. From the unprecedent 0-7 defeat to the opponents, Liverpool told the team of their generation. That they had experience similar things before. But still fought until they finally won the Premier League title.
Former military commander Sir Alex Ferguson brought up the results of the 1996/97 season to claim. That they had lost 3 games in a row in a bad way during the month of October. Starting from losing. Castle 0-5, followed by a 3-6 defeat to Southampton and return to losing 1-2 to Chelsea Karang, but after gradually recovering, returning to lead the crowd in February. Before reaching the finish line 7 points over Newcastle.
The former Ireland international left-back said: “I think it’s up to the manager. Coaching staff and leaders to accept that. What has happened let it happen.”
“In the past we lost 5-0 to Newcastle and the following week we lost 6-3 to Southampton. But we went back to winning the league that season. Games like this can happen. It’s scary and not the best place to face your toughest opponents. And actually this year, we’re probably the most confident at Anfield out of the last six or seven years, thanks to the manager’s turnaround approach this season.
“We are strong and difficult to beat. Has made several comebacks and is in good form. Have fun scoring goals These performances made me think that if I were a team manager I’ll have a relaxing cup of coffee with them the next day. for cohesiveness in the group of players”
“If I were him I would say to the players, ‘Listen, you guys have been doing really well lately. We won the cup last week, yes, a week later we were thrashed 7-0, but that’s football. We just have to accept that it’s not our day.’”
“If you look at the start of the season. You can only hope for one cup. and finished in the top four The result has been ours since Saturday. When Tottenham and Newcastle both lost, now we just need to focus on finishing in the top four and regaining confidence. We face Southampton in the final. Next game at home and it will be a big game for us on Sunday.