According to Bruno Fernandes, this is what MU needs to improve…
Along with the failure of this season’s campaign, new Manchester United playmaker Bruno Fernandes has offered his suggestions regarding what needs to be improved from the Red Devils in order to be better next season.
Actually, Manchester United’s record this season has not been too disappointing. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops successfully advanced to the European Champions League by finishing third in the final standings of the English Premier League.
They also have the opportunity to end the season with three titles at once, including the FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League. Unfortunately, the Red Devils were only able to reach the semifinals before finally failing to win.
Finally in the Europa League, where Manchester United were beaten by Sevilla with a final score of 1-2, even though they managed to take the lead in that match.
Bruno Fernandes as MU’s only goal scorer in the match considered that there were several aspects his team needed to improve in order to be more competitive next season.
“We created a lot of chances, but that’s not enough in football,” Fernandes told BT Sports.
Yes, the final finish will be big PR for Manchester United if you want to compete in the title race next season.
Opportunities do not have to end in goals, as Manchester United have experienced this season.
“When you create opportunities, you have to finish them. We missed a lot of opportunities. Indeed if we create a lot of chances then we can score goals, but we have to make the most of our chances. ” He said.
There is clearly disappointment in the hearts of Bruno Fernandes and the other Manchester United players regarding this season’s failure. But now is the time to calm down and look at next season with renewed vigor.
“Of course all our players are not satisfied because we failed in the Europa League. We want to qualify for the final but that’s not possible. Now is the time to rest and think about next season. ” he said.
For information, the Premier League competition will be held again from 12 September. In other words, MU players only have time to rest for three weeks.