“I told them right after the game”

Michael Carrick leaving his role as Manchester UnitedThe caretaker’s manager follows the Reds’ crucial 3-2 win over Arsenal in the Premier League last night.

The England international, who served as the club’s interim manager for three games, has revealed his decision to leave. He revealed that he left the club to spend more time with his family.

Official. Michael Carrick has decided to step down as First Team Manager and leave Manchester United upon the end of his term as Caretaker Manager. 🔴 #MUFC

The former Manchester United midfielder said:

“It’s one of the biggest things for me, my son really wants me to take him, so maybe it won’t be long. I’m going to the players to buy tickets, try and build some talents. account for them in the final away game!”

“It’s the kind of thing I look forward to doing, spending time with my son, daughter and wife, things I’ve never been able to do because I’ve never been here.”

He added:

“I made a promise to my family while playing that after the game was over, because you put so much effort into it, that I would retire and we would have some time together. That never happened. , I started going straight into the coaching business. Just like these days, it just feels like the right time, it feels right.”

“It hasn’t been easy to make a decision in that respect but in terms of my family and how I’m feeling right now, I’m really content and happy and looking forward to what lies ahead.”

Michael Carrick has had a great spell as Manchester United caretaker manager, beating Villareal and Arsenal and entice Chelsea in his three matches.

The 40-year-old has praised his short time with the club, noting the confidence of the players and pledging to continue to support them in the future. He commented:

“It’s been a roller coaster ride, it’s been amazing. I’ve had incredible memories, some special nights. Tonight is obviously special but tonight isn’t about me. It’s the players and the players. fans, going through the kind of night we should be doing.”

A player, a coach, a coach, but most of all, a true Manchester United legend. Thank you, Michael ❤️#MUFC

“I told the coaches, the first-team coach, today around lunchtime and then I told the players right after the game. I don’t want anything about myself today. All It’s all about the players and getting the results right.”

“I told them right after the game in the dressing room. Obviously it was emotional, maybe caught them off guard a little bit, but it’s a great group of players and I’m sure they will carry on. wonderful things.”

Carrick added:

“I’m going to support them. I’m not going anywhere, I’m still here, I’m going to support them from home to home. My son is driving me crazy taking him away again. I told the players, I’ll be right behind them.”

What’s next for Manchester United?

Manchester United made a triumphant return to the Premier League with a 3-2 win over Arsenal
Manchester United made a triumphant return to the Premier League with a 3-2 win over Arsenal

After a 3-2 win over Arsenal on Thursday night, Manchester United will continue their Premier League journey with a clash Crystal Palace this weekend. They will then lock horns with Young Boys in the Champions League next week.

Currently, the Red Devils occupy 7th place in the Premier League table with 21 points after 14 matches. They also won a place in the next round of the Champions League.

Editing by Rachel Syiemlieh “I told them right after the game”

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