Lingard admits he felt the lowest level at Manchester United before joining West Ham
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard admits. He had a “darkest moment” in his career. At Old Trafford before. He was given the chance. He has continued to play and has been in excellent form with Premier League rivals. West Ham on loan last season. according to the Manchester Evening News.
The 28-year-old was given the opportunity. To play continuously under the tutelage of two great managers. Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho. Before being relegated to Ole Solskjaer especially. Following the arrival of Bruno Fernandes.
However Lingard returned to form under David Moyes at West Ham United. Where he scored nine goals in 16 appearances and helped lead the team to European football. Successful for the first time in many years.
“I’ve spoken to the manager a number of times, saying, Please release me from the team on loan in January. Because I didn’t play in any game for United, he allowed me to move. Then just focus and focus on what you have to do at West Ham.”
When you’re feeling extremely depressed. You would think that there is no solution at all. But there is always a choice. You have to stand up and grit your teeth and fight like I did.
Obviously I have a contract with United and come back. After getting the confidence to play for West Ham and now I still have confidence. I felt in form and with the opportunity I was given, I did well. I am ready to play for the team. according to a report from ‘ufabet‘