Phil Jones leaves Manchester United and sent a long message

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Phil Jones leaves Manchester United and sent a long message
Phil Jones leaves Manchester United and sent a long message

Manchester United will play an important match against Bournemouth today, which could decide whether the Red Devils will play in the Champions League next season. Erik ten Hag is aware of the importance of this match and how necessary is to win in these moments.

United will obviously make big changes in the summer; get rid of a few players and bring in a few important ones. Phil Jones is one of the players who will definitely leave the club. This experienced defender sent a long message to the fans via social media and said goodbye to them.

Jones spent 12 years at Manchester United, but most of his career was marked by injuries. "I wish I could have played more. I wish I could have given more to the many squads I played amongst. I will say, from the bottom of my heart, I did everything I could.

I did everything the medical team asked of me.
I never left a stone unturned in the pursuit of living my dream and having the opportunity to represent Manchester United on the pitch. I spent some difficult days away from my family, rehabilitating and recovering away from everyone, recuperating away from the training pitch, which I was desperate to get back to."-
Jones wrote.

Phil Jones on his team

Jones is sad that he was not able to help the team more, but he confirmed that he always gave his best. "I’ve said before that I found it hard to even speak to my team-mates because I was hurt that I couldn’t help them.

I was hurt that my family couldn’t see me on matchdays, and you feel like you’re letting people down.
Sometimes, in life, things happen that we don’t like, but we have to learn to accept it and be at peace in our minds that we did everything we could to overcome the challenges. In your career, and life, that’s all we can really do."

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