Ex-Man Utd Women boss Casey Stoney criticises Donny van de Beek after mistake in West Ham defeat
Manchester United were knocked out of the English football League cup by David Moyes’ Westham United.
The Red Devils who were without star names like Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Maguire, Raphel Varane, Shaw, and the likes were edged 1-0 by Westham, no thanks to Lanzini’s first-half strike.
Manchester United ex-women’s coach has now come out to fault Donny Van De Beek for overlooking his man, an action which led to the goal. Information Guide Nigeria
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In her words:
‘He’s got drawn to the ball, he’s had his eyes on the ball and he’s not checked his shoulder,’ Stoney told Sky Sports. ‘There is only one ball being played from the byline and that is the cutback. ‘That is the danger.
‘You have got to stay on your player and make sure you are in a position to defend it.’ JAMB Result
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