brilliant!Shaw wasn’t invited because he eats all the pies
Lindelof didn’t go because the toilet is upstairs and he doesn’t like leaving the ground
DeGea went but was distracted and dropped his plate
Poor McTominay was like the mother, hoovering up all the crumbs
Lukaku was invited but didn’t go as it was a buffet, he likes everything on his plate
Martial tripped over the doorstep and got injured
Rashford tried to find his way but kept going down blind alleys. He’s still missing
Also brilliant I nearly choked at the not getting a baby sitter for Lingard bitJuan Mata was the senior player. He was very upset after hours slaving over a hot stove, but his intricate buildup leading to nothing.
Pogba came, but couldn't get a babysitter so had to bring Lingard along with him.
Daniel James was early, Matic was late. Fred tried to go, but got lost and ended up at the wrong house.
Phil Jones turned up without an invite and was last to leave - he has a habit of hanging around and overstaying his welcome.
I don’t fully agree. Good morale/team spirit can be fostered by team building. IF this story is true it tells a story of a squad split by personalities who don’t like each other. That’s worse than a couple of old pros like cole and sheringham working through their issuesSounds like something stupid that the papers always make up when things aren’t going so well IMO.
being best mates off the pitch doesn’t result good performances on it. Cole and sheringham hated each other but still played well together.
plenty of other examples of players not getting on but being professional.
Even if this was true it’s nothing to do with why we don’t play good football I feel.
All they need is giving interview with a sad face. Most fans would lap it up and forgive them.Can’t say I would be surprised if there was an “every man for himself” vibe going on. The level of sporting ambition at the club seems starkly discrepant to outside expectations, and the players are caught in the middle.
Must be a terrible work environment. At least they have their millions of pounds to keep them company, while they endure the misery of modern day United.