Morgan Schnedeland (34, Sydney) looked back on the past full of regrets.

Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 31st (Korean time) an exclusive interview with midfielder Morgan Schnedelang, who played for Southampton and Manchester United in the past. Schnedelang was regretting his choice.

During his time at Southampton, Schnedelang was evaluated as a ‘hexagonal midfielder’, showing his outstanding ability to steal the ball and pass forward, based on his vigorous activity.  먹튀검증

After that, he was noticed by coach Louis van Gaal and transferred to Manchester United in the 2015-2016 season.

It was a transfer that received his expectations, but the disappointment was greater. At the beginning of the season, he became a solid starting member, but from the 2016-2017 season, he was pushed out of competition with Marouane Fellaini and Andre Herrera, and eventually transferred to Everton through the winter transfer window in January 2017.

“I wouldn’t be in Australia right now if I had a little more freedom to reach my full potential,” said Schnedelang, who currently plays for Western Sydney Wanderers in the Australian League.

“I’m probably still playing for Manchester United. When I moved to Manchester United, I wanted to become a Manchester United legend. That’s why I’m angry with myself and will regret it for the rest of my life,” he expressed regret. 

“I know my time at Manchester United has affected me for the longest time in my career. I was so frustrated at the time. I took a break from Everton, but I felt defeated. I should have managed better. “he said.

“A lot of people said I was going to be one of the best players in the world. I also had a feeling that I had all the qualities to be the best. But I never reached that level and the pain will stay with me for the rest of my life,” Schnedeland said. told

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