Manchester United have recently made a decision to warm in shirts with the names of their injured teammates named respectively Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the back. However, this move has been heavily criticized by social media users.
Both Zlatan Ibrahimovic as and Marcos Rojo will miss the rest of the football season after Manchester United officially confirmed they had suffered serious knee cruciate ligament injuries during Thursday’s Europa League semi-final versus Anderlecht.
Manchester United’s Premier League campaign kept unrolling with Sunday’s away trip to Burnley and the team decided to demonstrate their support for the injured pair by simply warming up in shirts with the names “Ibrahimovic” and “Rojo.”
The sportsmen, including club captain Wayne Rooney warmed up in training tops with Ibrahimovic’s name. As for Paul Pogba boasted shirts with Rojo’s name.
The tribute arose just a couple of months after Manchester City guys lined up before a Premier League match in jerseys with the name Ilkay Gundogan. In December, that player’s season ended up with a cruciate ligament injury.