Dilapidated Season & Embarrassed Squad, Manchester United Cancels Club Player of the Year Award Night 2021/22

Manchester United has decided to cancel the annual Club Player of the Season ceremony.

For more than a decade, management The Red Devils always regularly hold award nights dedicated to their players who are able to perform fantastically in one season, both at the senior and youth team levels.

The gala dinner, which is held at Old Trafford every year, is usually scheduled for the last two weeks leading up to the end of the season. However, this year event this award is revoked.

According to reports circulating, Man United players are too embarrassed to wear black ties to accept internal accolades given the club’s messy season in the 2021/22 edition.

Usually, the club’s internal television station, MUTV, will broadcast the event. However, this season the award event was cancelled. Thus said Mirror.

The Red Devils’ campaign in the Premier League this season has been miserable, with them having to lose their place in the Champions League next season.

While arch-rivals Manchester City and Liverpool battled hard into the final weeks for the crown, sixth-placed United will have their lowest points total in the Premier League era when the season ends on Sunday.

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The chaos at Old Trafford began when the club sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November last year. Management then appointed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager.

However, in the hands of the German, Man United also did not improve and failed to display an impressive performance since the second half of the season. The club has also appointed Erik ten Hag as a permanent manager who will lead the Red Devils per next season.

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