Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera feels his teammates should take responsibility when it comes to analysing the season as a whole.
The club is currently 6th and aim to finish on a positive note with only two matches remaining for the Premier League to come to an end. Herrera was speaking to MUTV as his side prepares to face Huddersfield on Sunday 5th.
“I don’t like to talk personally, I like to talk as a group. I think football is a team sport. I think you have to analyse the season from the team point of view and we are disappointed. To be honest, when a manager is sacked, for me it’s also the responsibility of the players. We have to take responsibility for it – it is not only the manager and the staff,” said Herrera.
“The players have a big responsibility and that’s why I think we should all feel disappointed because we haven’t been able to achieve the objectives. For me, the objectives for this club for every season should be fighting for the titles and we haven’t fought for them so let’s take responsibility every player.”