Manchester United Women’s coach Marc Skinner has opened up on the team’s improvement as well as the England Women’s prospects. Skinner arrived from Birmingham with loads of experience having helped revolutionalize football there. He took over from Casey Stoney who enjoyed two years of success in the Women’s Super League. United is in fourth place on the table, two points behind Tottenham who occupy the Champions League spot.
“I think we have a lot of good players, but the best teams win. We’re trying to build a culture here where the team is the most important and not the individual. The individuals shine and show their qualities but for us, we want to build that togetherness where everybody wants to work for everybody.” Manchester United Women boss Marc Skinner said. “It’s such a shame because other results have sometimes marred performances at times. We’ve not performed excellently in every game, but in the majority of games, we’ve been on top and not been as ruthless as we need to be. The one thing I want to remind this group is to be ruthless in both boxes.”
“We are trying to be active in this window if the right players come up that will match the kind of level of performance, as well as the good personality. I want this team to be so tight-knit,” he added. “I do understand the American market, it is something I will definitely be looking at when we look to recruit, but it has to be the right person and it has to be the right time.”
Also, Read Football Scores: Arsenal 5-1 Sunderland