Manchester United will travel to Italy for a Europa League semifinal against Roma. The Reds Devils have the advantage of a 6-2 aggregate into this fixture.
And following protests of last Sunday at Old Trafford, Manchester United players have been told what to do against Roma in Italy.
The former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand say United players need to concentrate on the game and forget about the disruption of last Sunday which resulted in the postponing of the premier league clash against Liverpool.
Rio admits United players are facing a difficult moment at such a time with how the situation is at the club.
But he advises them to remain out of it as it is business and for them, they need to play football. Rio says he feels some players are eager to speak about it but warn them about the consequences.
He urged them to face Roma and win the game as fans all over the world will be watching.
United are looking for the first trophy with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager and the Europa League is what they want this season.
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