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Mason Mount Makes Honest Admission Amid Man United's Struggles

Mason Mount Makes Honest Admission Amid Man United's Struggles

Fred Kennedy
October 2, 2023 at 3:00 PM
  • Mason Mount has reflected on Manchester United's disastrous start to the season
  • The Red Devils have picked up just three wins in seven of the fixtures they have played
  • United are scheduled to face Brentford in their next EPL outing

Mason Mount has made an honest admission about Manchester United amid the club's ongoing struggles.

The Red Devils have endured a frustrating start to the new season, having lost four of their seven opening matches of the campaign.

United's most recent setback came at the hands of Crystal Palace on Saturday, when they lost 1-0 at Old Trafford.

Mason Mount in action during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Crystal Palace at Old Trafford. Photo by Matthew Peters.
Mason Mount in action during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Crystal Palace at Old Trafford. Photo by Matthew Peters.
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According to Goal, Joachim Andersen's deflected goal in the first half of the match was the only difference as United were condemned to a defeat.

The result leaves Erik ten Hag's charges sitting 10th in the Premier League standings with just nine points.

Mount on Man United's struggles

Mount has now voiced his frustrations with United's ongoing struggles, insisting the club must pick up the pieces and improve quickly.

According to the midfielder, who joined United from Chelsea this summer, the Red Devils need to bounce back real soon.

"We want to win these games and we know we need to win these games. It’s been a difficult start. When you go 1-0 down, it’s always going to be hard to get back in the game. We had a few chances, but it wasn’t enough," he said via The Mirror.
"We know we need to go back and look at the areas we need to improve on. We need to improve because we want to win games," he added.

Sancho spotted at Carrington

Earlier, Sports Brief reported, as cited on Manchester Evening News, that Jadon Sancho was present to watch the United U18 team take on Newcastle United on Saturday.

Incidentally, this came at a time when the United first team faced Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in a game in which they suffered a shock 1-0 defeat.

Sancho remains exiled from United’s first team as he refuses to apologize to his manager after publicly calling him out in a now-deleted social media post.

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