Manchester United’s players are in charge of their detached structure this season, and not troubled chief Louis van Gaal, as per commander Wayne Rooney.
Van Gaal’s position has gone under examination after an arrival of four wins from 14 diversions that has seen United sink to fifth spot in the Premier League table and drop out of the Champions League.
Be that as it may, Rooney says that he and his colleagues must take their offer of obligation regarding United’s battles also.
“It’s unjustifiable to say it’s down to the director — we’re on the pitch,” he said, in remarks distributed by British daily papers on Sunday.
“So the players need to take a considerable measure of obligation regarding exhibitions and results. We need to stand up and take feedback when it’s there. We need to win, obviously we generally need to win, and we’re attempting.
“Notwithstanding when you’re giving 100 percent, it doesn’t generally fall off and fortunately it did in our last match.”
Rooney was talking after United’s 3-1 win at second-level Derby County in the FA Cup fourth round on Friday, in which he opened the scoring with a fine, twisting shot that took his count to six objectives in six recreations.
The 30-year-old is presently only six objectives shy of Bobby Charlton’s United scoring record of 249, which has remained following 1983, and he concedes that he is planning to surpass the point of reference before the season is out.
“Obviously I’m mindful of it,” said the striker, who broke Charlton’s England objective scoring record in September.
“Like the England record, when I was getting closer, it continued getting said each week so that will most likely begin again with each objective.
“Yet, it’s awesome to be specified again close by Bobby’s record and ideally before the end of the season I can go past that and after that kick on once more.”
United welcome Stoke City to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Tuesda