Jesse Lingard apologizes to United fans
Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard has apologised to the clubs' fans, after a disappointing end to the just-concluded English Premier League season.
The team registered dismal results in the run-in to end of the season, with the culmination being a 2-0 loss at home to already-relegated Cardiff on the last day of Premier League action.
The fans have expressed their displeasure with the team and some players, whom they feel have not been performing at their best.
Taking to his twitter account, Lingard, who has also been heavily criticised by some quarters thanked the club's faithful for their support, and promised that things will 'change'.
Never say die! We continue fighting through the ups and downs no matter what, thank you for everyone’s support this season I know it’s been tough and I’m sorry but we go again and we rebuild 🔴 #OnToTheNextOne #KeepTheFaith pic.twitter.com/9fRfGKfeSr— Jesse Lingard (@JesseLingard) May 14, 2019
The Ole Gunnar-led charges will not feature in the Champions League next season, after missing out on the top-four bracket despite a good run to the quarters in the current campaign.
Some players, including starman Paul Pogba, have been linked with moves away from the club, with Solskjaer keen on removing some 'dead wood' from the club.
The clean-out has already started, with the likes of Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia allowed to leave at the end of the campaign.