Giggs Tears Gratitude Thrown Mourinho off the MU Skuat
Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj was grateful to Jose Mourinho’s decision to kick him out of the Manchester United (MU) squad Agen Judi. Januzaj released MU to Real Sociedad in the transfer market last summer.
For the 22-year-old winger, leaving Manchester United is not the worst decision. Moreover, Januzaj did need a minute of play in order to earn a place in the Belgium squad for the 2018 World Cup.
“Jose Mourinho took the decision quickly and make it happen,” said Januzaj, quoted by the British media, the Daily Mail.
Januzaj who penetrated the main squad MU in 2013 had loaned to Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland. His career was considered not developed by the manager of Manchester at the time, Louis van Gaal.
“I have two years of not playing for Manchester United. Jose is a great manager and she be fair to me. He gave me the opportunity to go on developing in other places,” he said.
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Belgian midfield winger Adnan Januzaj. (AFP / John Thys)
The name Januzaj began to rise in 2014, when MU trained David Moyes. Positioned as a left winger, Januzaj is touted as the legendary legend of MU player, Ryan Giggs.
“I know Sir Alex (Ferguson) will always be waiting for me on the other end. Similarly, the (Ryan) Giggs and (David) Moyes. They are the people who always supported me,” he said.
Januzaj continued, his career did not develop after MU trained Louis van Gaal. He claimed to be incompatible with the game pattern that the Dutch manager applied.
“The winger took confidence. In addition, the winger wants managers who advise us to pass opposing players. But alongside Van Gaal we were told to play slow,” said Januzaj as reported by the Manchester Evening News.
“A lot of MU players are unhappy when Van Gaal becomes manager, we often have complex meetings to discuss it,” he said.