Harry Maguire advised to give Manchester United captain’s ban to Cristiano Ronaldo

Harry Maguire advised to give Manchester United captain’s ban to Cristiano Ronaldo

Harry Maguire has been criticized throughout this season at Manchester United and has made his status as club captain highlighted.

Crazy Ball – Former Manchester City defender Micah Richards has urged Harry Maguire to temporarily hand over responsibility for the captain’s armband to Cristiano Ronaldo so he can focus on improving his form this season.

The former Leicester City man has been in the spotlight in the team The Red Devils in this season due to his very disappointing performance at the back which resulted in his team conceding a lot of goals this season.

The poor performance of Harry Maguire, who is the world’s most expensive centre-back worth Rp. 1.6 trillion, is in direct proportion to Manchester United’s disastrous form this season, which has seen them crash out of the FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League to extend their fast. their title to five seasons in a row.

Now former Manchester City defender Micah Richards, who now works as a football pundit, has suggested that the England international should temporarily hand over the armband to Cristiano Ronaldo and then focus on recovering his form this season when he is no longer burdened with the armband responsibilities. on his shoulder.

He told Daily Mail, “I’m not asking that Harry be removed from his role completely. Maybe he can do it by letting go for the rest of the season. He doesn’t need to be out of the squad and he shouldn’t be punished. But perspective needs to be applied to what she’s been through and the impact it has on her performance.”

“For now, take a break from responsibilities and that will make him better. He needs support to return to being the incredible defender we know and hope he is again. Ronaldo can be captain for United because if things don’t go well he knows how to deal with it with his big personality.”

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