Manchester United scoped Arsenal to a victory in a 5 goals thriller match. Ronaldo netted a brace, Bruno Fernandes has had his name registered on the placards of goals for manchester United.
Smith Rowe had took advantage of De Gea’s error to put Arsenal ahead and Odergard also scored.
After the game, Michael spoke to MUTV, Amazon Prime Video and at his press conference…
“It wasn’t an easy decision by any stretch. Anyone that knows me knows how much I love the club. When you’re here you’ve got to dedicate everything and my life has revolved around this place for so long. I did promise my family when I finished playing we’d have some time to spend together and that never happened because I jumped into the coaching role. As things pan out, things happen for a reason and it felt natural to make that decision. It wasn’t easy but I’m not going anywhere. I’ll still be around supporting the boys here and away. My son’s desperate to go to the away days, supporting the boys. I’ve told them I’m doing that and I’ll be supporting them. But yeah it’s the right thing to do for me and my family.”
“100 per cent my decision. 100 per cent my decision. Just over the last week really. I was conscious that I respected the club and I respected the manager coming in and I wanted to make the decision before I had any contact with them, or spoke to him, there was no crossover whatsoever, and I thought it was the right thing to do for the club as much as for Ralf [Rangnick] and once I made the decision, that was final and I was quite happy with that.”
“I just told them about five minutes ago. [They were a] Bit shocked yeah, bit surprised, a little bit emotional in the changing room to be honest but I kind of expected that. I held it together just about but yeah, it’s not been easy to keep it away from people, I must admit over the last few days. But I had a job to do you know and I was desperate to win the game for the club and for the fans and for the players so I’m not the important one here.”