He looked absolutely distraught walking off. Like unusually upset. Poor bloke is obviously in a bad place. No idea whether it’s mainly the trauma of being the worst player on the pitch while captaining United to a historically humiliating defeat, or mainly what went down in Greece. I don’t know the guy, so would be guessing. Either way, you’d have to be dead inside to not at least feel for him on a human level. The distress was obvious.
Being purely selfish about this, it’s a disaster for Manchester United. He
I think its the weight of being United captain while we are losing, with it being in the limelight and much of the blame being placed on him. Same with England. When you at teams like Leicester, no one really cares what you do. Jamie Vardy went on a run of not scoring last year and Leicester collapsed and there was hardly a peep. minimal coverage. I genuinely feel the job is too much for him at the moment. Not everyone is a John Terry. Every mistake at United is magnified. You cannot hide or go under the radar here. We have multiple ex players and winners commentating on games who will dig you out also and say you are not United standard (Roy Keane etc).I doubt even he could name a single incident as the main reason for what’s happening. There must be a cumulative stress of being made captain of such a big club when the team is floundering. Which the summer embarrassment and stress will have compounded. He certainly seems at a very low ebb, that’s for sure.