Manchester United believe the bottleneck in their calendar in April, created by the displacement of the meeting against Chelsea, which qualified for the FA Cup final, clearly puts them at a disadvantage in favor of their competitors.
Manchester United are back in the top 4 race, and so thanks to a priceless success against the Champions League, Norwich (3-2), coupled with their rivals’ poor results in this inconclusive battle, the Mancunian club makes its voice Heard and put pressure on the officials. Manchester United have taken to the Premier League to express their displeasure at being forced to play three tough, season-defining matches over nine days and fears that the integrity of the top-4 race is compromised, the Times reports. can go.
Manchester United’s home game against third-placed Chelsea has been moved to Thursday, 28 April, after the London club reached the FA Cup final. The game comes after a visit to top four rivals Arsenal on Saturday and another visit to title contenders Liverpool on Tuesday night – a game Cristiano Ronaldo is uncertain about when he and his teammate Georgina Rodriguez reported the death of their child on Monday evening. announced. ,
Manchester United, who are three points behind Tottenham for a fourth and final Champions League place, are particularly concerned that they now have a 15-day gap between their final game of the season, in Brighton on 7 May, and a visit to Crystal. There will be a break. Palace on May 22, which will close the season.
>>Subscribe to The Indian Paper offers to watch Premier League
The calendar imbalance has been created by the Premier League, which has scheduled its final match day for the same weekend as the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool on 14 May, originally scheduled for Thomas’s team. against United was scheduled for the final game at home. Tuchel. Although the date change did not shock United’s caretaker manager Ralph Rangnick or the club’s hierarchy, he has conveyed his views to the Premier League.
wounds that challenge
Separately, Rangnik suggested that Manchester United should investigate why they suffered more injuries than Liverpool. Despite reaching the League Cup final, FA Cup final and Champions League semi-finals, Liverpool are unlikely to have a single injured player for Tuesday night’s visit to United, which is without five players.
Edinson Cavani (calf), Luke Shaw (ankle), Raphael Verne (muscle injury), Scott McTominay (leg) and Fred (hip flexor) have all withdrawn from the trip to Anfield. Verne has already missed 15 games this season and Cavani has been dismissed for 26 of United’s 43 matches.
He said, “We have lost some players that we should not have lost. I talked about that last week, taking into account what kind of attackers we have against West Ham (in January) Players were available, what choices could I have made.” In the last 15 minutes, three of them are no longer (Marshall, Cavani and Mason Greenwood) or injured or sustained injuries.”
“We’ve lost a few other players and at the moment there are some injury issues with important players which usually happen in the starting XI. It’s not an excuse, these things happen. It’s also an issue that bit me. Concerns – how many injuries do we have right now. I compare it with Liverpool, who despite being in four competitions have no problem with injury.