Carabao Cup trophy lift plan for Man United has been made public.
If Manchester United wins the Carabao Cup, their strategy for hoisting the trophy has been made public.
On Sunday at Wembley Stadium, a crucial matchup between Erik ten Hag’s team and Newcastle United is scheduled. Moreover, the Red Devils want to take home their first trophy since 2017.
During Wayne Rooney’s final campaign with United under Jose Mourinho, he won both the League Cup and the Europa League.
Since then, there have been numerous FA Cup and Europa League semifinal and final losses to Chelsea and Villarreal, respectively.
Five-year dry spell
United has a fantastic opportunity to end the five-year dry spell. Nonetheless, there is a lot of interest in who will receive the trophy if United triumphs.
The club captain of United is still Harry Maguire. However, Maguire has played just 904 minutes in 19 games this season because of his lack of popularity.
Due to Bruno Fernandes wearing the armband more frequently, he has flourished for United.
According to The Mirror, Maguire and Fernandes will raise the trophy at Wembley in honor of the Portuguese star’s more appearances.
Fernandes will be United’s captain in their first title contest since 2021. Maguire also anticipated becoming one of the replacements once more.
Maguire has made just two Carabao Cup starts this season while Fernandes has started each of the five victories.
Even in exceedingly late appearances, Maguire has frequently taken the armband when replaced. He has urged his teammates to break a miserable streak while still playing a crucial role in the club.
On the Man United website, he said, “Winning trophies is what this club is about.
“It requires taking home trophies. We have a great chance to take home the trophy because it has been too long since our last one. We must act now for our sake, the team, and clearly for the benefit of our supporters who have endured excessive waiting.
“We’ve put ourselves in a terrific position, but there’s no use going to a final if you’re going to lose it.
“We must be prepared and concentrated, and we will be.”