Richard Arnold, the club’s CEO, says two people have left Manchester United for leaking information and creating an uncomfortable atmosphere in the dressing room. He made the remarks while speaking to a group of fans who came out in protest against the Manchester United owners.
Sportmail reported that a group of fans had gone to the area where Richard Arnold lived the previous day. He went to protest against the club’s owners, Glazer, but met with them at a pub.
Fans secretly videotaped Richard Arnold talking On Twitter Posted. He made it clear that he was “very disappointed” with Manchester United’s poor form last season, after which two leaked information left the club. His words make it clear that the problems at Manchester United are over.
At the same time, it is not clear whether Richard’s reference is aimed at players or staff. Currently, six players have left Manchester United. The players are Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edison Cavani, Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata, whose contracts have expired.
Gary Neville, the club’s legend and Sky Sports pundit, has revealed that some of the Manchester United players have been leaking information during this season. He added that Ralph Rangney and co-coaches have experienced difficulties with this.
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