Expect Rooney existence Density Change in Year End Schedule
Manchester – Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney captain assess the tight schedule of games at the end of December should be examined again, considering it could lead to the emergence of severe injury.
Last weekend MU should be satisfied with a goalless draw at Tottenham Hotspur headquarters in a match that took place just 43 hours after the Red Devils a 3-1 win over Newcastle United on Boxing Day in the middle of the week.
After the match Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said that his team had to wrestle with the fatigue factor considering the short duration of the break from one match to the next game.
Rooney is now embracing the assessment manager. 29-year-old England striker is also considered that the tight schedule was also negatively impact the level of the game.
“It’s not easy to play two games in two days and you will lose a lot of quality from both teams,” Rooney said on Sky Sports.
“Hopefully in the future it will change,” he continued, this time as reported by the BBC.
Rooney also said that fatigue can make a player is seriously injured. He did not want that kind of thing happens first to make the relevant authorities to rethink the tight schedule.
“Maybe a new severe injury will change it, it is certainly something that is not desirable, but this schedule is very demanding and I think it really needs to be explored,” he said.