Manchester United legend, Wayne Rooney has come out to say that there will be changes at Birmingham City soon. This is coming after seeing the Blues fail to impress the visiting Tom Brady against Rotherham, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, he is hoping for major changes at the club within the next six months because new players must be brought in as soon as possible.
Rooney added that his current team does not even look comfortable on the pitch at all, and that should not be the case.
His words, “Within the next six months, I hope there will be changes. You want to bring players in, players will leave the club. It’s important we don’t get carried away, we have got a lot of good players.”
“I had this conversation with the players early on and we decided it’s not something we’re going to overdo. When you talk about game management, of course if it’s on and there’s space to do it, then we do it. If it’s not on and teams are pressing us, we’re not at a level where we’re good enough to do that. Sometimes players make decisions and we get caught. We don’t look comfortable at all. What we have been working on is trying to play in the opposition’s half and play more there. That was a frustration. We could have conceded a goal or got a player sent off from being sloppy. There was two or three moments where we gave them good opportunities.”
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