Tremendous ‘stick’ from Scholes to United: ‘Does it really hurt?’

Paul
Scholes, former player of the Manchester
United And today a TV commentator, he has publicly expressed his doubts about the level of sadness felt by the ‘Red Devils’ after the defeat in the Europa League final against Villarreal in Gdansk after a spectacular penalty shoot-out.

“It’s hard to get out of this game giving them credit, they weren’t good,” the former midfielder told BT Sport after the final whistle. “In general, there have been advances, but does losing hurt enough? It has almost become accepted. From Ole’s (Solskjaer) point of view, where are the demands? ”He asks.

“It has progressed, but this club hopes to win trophies. If it happens in the next few years and there is still nothing, you will have a problem. Some players do not hurt. Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani yes, you can tell they didn’t like it. It seems that they are very hurt, but the others seem to accept it well, even the coach. United have turned into a nice club ”.