Bruno Fernandes reveals why he’s not happy at Man Utd

Bruno Fernandes

Bruno Fernandes says he wants to win every trophy available at Manchester United and says he’s not happy that he was unable to lift a title in his first year.

The Red devils played a 2-2 draw with Leicester City on Saturday and are now four point behind behind Liverpool with a game in hand.




United are already out of the Champions League but still have a Carabao Cup semi-final game to look forward to, as well as the FA Cup and the Europa League.

Fernandes has had an outstanding first year at Old Trafford and, speaking to BT Sport , he discussed about 2020.

“I’ve enjoyed it a lot,” Fernandes said. “I enjoy [being at] one of the biggest clubs in the world. It was a dream come true to come to the Premier League, to come to a club I have always dreamed of playing for.

“Of course, it was better for me when I could play and enjoy my games with the fans. When I arrived, at the time it was the FA Cup and the Europa League, and we had the chance to get into the top four in the league.




“Unfortunately, we went out in two semi-finals but we achieved third place in the league. The only thing I’ve missed in this year is the trophies. I don’t have trophies for the club and I’m not happy about that. I hope 2021 can be better in that way.”

He added: “Straight away when I arrived, the confidence that the coach showed in me was impressive for me. Straight away, after two days I was playing against Wolves after I had trained for one day with the team.




“You need to understand in that moment, he is trusting you so you have to do something. It’s like Michael Jordan in his series ‘The Last Dance’, you know? It was the first and last chance to show that I wanted to be part of this team.

“Everyone has their own way to lead the team. I think everyone has leadership inside them, but in different ways. Maybe my way of showing leadership is a little more expressive and people see more from me than other players but I think at the end of the day, you have to have 25 leaders in the team if you want to win something.

“I think everything can be realistic if we believe. You make your own reality. I think the most important thing is that you have a target and you have to hit it. My target is winning trophies. It doesn’t matter which kind of trophy it is, I want to win all of them.”

JB

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