- Oct 25, 2013
For him it was, he was Joses main man who was undroppable. All big talk about team mates needing to be grown ass men and deal with criticism when he was the thinnest skinned of them all.But it also pays to remember the club wasn't the best place to be at that moment and no players barring De Gea and perhaps Rashford were tearing it up. His comments about imagining leaving after his second game didn't particularly annoy me but they did confirm the whole transfer was wrong; wrong player, wrong club, wrong time, wrong fee. For me he's not a great striker whatsoever but he's not our problem, and we aren't his.