The Manchester United’s skipper believes the hate from people comes as a result of the club’s past records
Manchester United captain and England center-back Harry Maguire has revealed all those hyper criticisms amid at the club is as a result of jealousy, saying ‘People don’t want us [Manchester United] to do well because of the success we have achieved in the past.’
Maguire was in excellent form as Manchester United registered their second victory in their past five Premier League outings, after Fernandes inspired them to see off Everton 3-1 at the Goodison Park.
And when asked about why a lot people have a lot to things to say about the club on MUTV, in response Maguire said all those criticisms stems from the club’s success in the past and people want the club to fail now.
“At this club one thing I have noticed in my time here is we are the most talked-about club in the world, it’s because we are the biggest club in the world. People do not want us to do well, probably because of the success we have had in the past. We have live up to that, we have reacted to it and didn’t let the negatives get into our bubbles inside that training grounds. Sometimes it is difficult for the lads” – Maguire on MUTV.
Manchester United is the only club in England to win the Premier League for a record 13-times since its rebranding in 1992 and also the club with most English top-flight titles standing at 20.
In addition, the Red Devils are also the only English team to ever win the treble, doing it in 1999 after they won the Champions League title, FA Cup and the Premier League.
However, recent performance has been abysmal, and coupled with the failure of winning their favorite title in the Premier League since the departure of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.