Alex Telles is making quite a mark in the Manchester United club after his wonder strike against Villareal CF was voted as goal of the month of September. The left-back sensation has been fighting incessantly for a place in the Manchester United squad and his recent performances have heightened the attention of the coach and the technical bench.
Telles has been receiving positive acclaim from colleagues particularly Scott McTominay who admitted that Telles was among the best left-backs in the English Premier. Telles has not been getting enough playing time as he would have wanted, but after Luke Shaw’s poor performances in recent gameweeks, Telles is likely to surpass Shaw as Solksjaer’s favorite in the Left back position.
Marcus Rashford is nearly fully recovered from his shoulder surgery and the club’s medical team have given him the okay to train with the first-team squad. Rashford’s recovery has been moving at a very fast rate and this shows just how committed the 23-year-old is at getting better and play for the club.
Marcus Rashford had been suffering from a shoulder injury since last year November when he sustained a knock during training. He played the entirety of last season with the injury but a specialist recommended that he be operated on so that the pain is relieved permanently. After his surgery, about a couple of months ago, the doctors said that Rashford would start rigorous training after 9 weeks before he is deemed fully fit for match selection.
Park Ji Sung
Former Manchester United midfielder Park Ji Sung recently recalled how bitter he felt after he found out that he was not in the squad which would play against Barcelona in the 2008 UEFA Champions League finals. He said that he felt betrayed and disgruntled by the exclusion and his relationship with the then coach, Sir Alex Ferguson hit the rocks since then.
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