A rookie goalkeeper openly rants at a veteran defender, while a fellow center back on the sidelines condones his behavior.

Was it a natural move to improve team chemistry, or a “snipe” at a defender who was on his way out?

‘During Manchester United’s recent friendly against Dortmund in the United States, first-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana, who joined the club this year, unleashed an angry tirade in front of center back Harry Maguire,’ The Mirror reported.먹튀검증

After the game, United’s first-choice center-back, Lisandro Martinez, said: ‘It’s better to do that kind of behavior. If you concentrate on the game, you can fight with your teammates. There was a process, but nothing happened. Onana has a great personality. He can cope with pressure, he’s positive, he’s a leader. He has a great personality, he can handle pressure, he’s positive, he’s a leader.

He was blindsided by Onana’s actions.

After the game, Onana said: “We have to give each other confidence. I will demand a lot from them (teammates). I will demand a lot from them (teammates) because they are great players.

However, soccer experts who watched the game had a different opinion. Gabby Agbonlahor, a striker who played in the EPL, told Talk Sport: “Maguire would have been the softest and easiest target for Onana in goal. First of all, Harry Maguire didn’t do anything wrong at the time. When you make a big mistake or concede a goal, you can react like that. However, this was not one of those situations. I don’t think he would have reacted the way he did to Martinez or Rashford.

Maguire is United’s ‘revelation’ at the moment. He arrived at United in 2019 and burst onto the scene with a £80 million transfer fee, the highest ever for a defender in the EPL at the time. However, his slow pace and poor judgment led to crucial errors and he was eventually dropped from the first team. He was also stripped of the captain’s armband. However, Maguire still wants to stay at United. He’s looking to bounce back this season, but it’s not going to be easy for him to fit into manager Eric ten Hagg’s plans.

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