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Sir Jim Ratcliffe planning to investigate ongoing injury crisis at Manchester United

Published at :May 9, 2024 at 10:43 PM
Modified at :May 9, 2024 at 10:44 PM
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Rajarshi Shukla


Manchester United hit a massive amount of injuries this season

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is working harder to find the reason behind the extraordinary injury crisis that has greatly impacted Manchester United’s terrible season. New reports claim that United’s new leader is in a desperate search for solutions as he tries to resolve the issue before the start of INEOS’ reign when significant progress is anticipated.

With the Carabao Cup, Ten Hag put an end to the team’s six-year trophy drought and finished third in the Premier League, marking a strong start to his tenure.

But if Ratcliffe chooses to fire the Dutchman following the FA Cup final on May 25, his career may end after only two years due to how quickly his fortunes have plummeted this term.

A startling amount of injuries in the Manchester United squad have surely impacted to their inability to build on their dominant 2022–2023 campaign, even though they are not entirely to blame.

Since August, Ten Hag’s team has had more than 60 individual instances of illness or injury that have resulted in player absences from games—more than twice the average for previous seasons.

According to reports, United looked into the situation internally, which has contributed significantly to what could be the team’s worst-ever Premier League season.

But it’s thought that the lack of development has spurred Ratcliffe to take additional action. After spending £1.3 billion on a 27.7% stake, he will want to see rapid results.

The Daily Star claims that Sir Dave Brailsford, a 71-year-old advisor, will begin a thorough probe of United’s ongoing injuries.

According to reports, he thinks that if United’s most important players are constantly missing, the team will never be able to contend for the greatest awards once more.

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