Fred: Dressing room stories were exaggerated

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Fred claims last season dressing room leak was exaggerated by the media as he insists players need to work together this season to achieve success.

Manchester United midfielder Fred claims last season dressing room stories were exaggerated but insists the team needs to stick together.

The Brazilian added that the club didn’t do well last season in all competition as they also finish outside the Champions League position.

United are under a new manager Erik Ten Hag and Fred has urged his teammate to strive in order to make the Dutch man tenure a success at Old Trafford.

“Manchester United are a huge club, one of the biggest in the world so there’ll always be rumours about the dressing room and numerous other things and we need to minimise this,” Fred said in an interview with media in Bangkok.

“Unfortunately a lot of fake news comes out in the media trying to harm our dressing room. We weren’t doing well in the league.

“We have to protect ourselves from this, remaining strong and most importantly supporting your teammates every day.

“Last season we weren’t good enough in everything we did.

“It’s behind us now. We now have to think about the future, next season. We need to forget about last season, identify the errors and not repeat them.”

Erik Ten Hag will take charge of the team in a preseason friendly against Premier League rival Liverpool later today in Thailand.

Fred who is part of the squad in Thailand claims he love the work of the new manager as he is always detailed.

“He’s a great manager, everyone knows what he’s achieved,” he said.

“I’m sure great things are coming. He’s very detailed in his work. I really like his work, I followed it at Ajax.

“He’s always on the pitch making demands of us, constantly communicating with the players. This is really important for both me and the group.

“There are some new rules. There are things that he asks you to do, that’s part of his work and our daily routine. We have to embrace them and work hard to improve.”



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