Manchester United scrap end-of-season awards

After a dismal season, Manchester United are said to have canceled plans to hold the end-of-season awards ceremony.

Despite the fact that COVID-19 has ordered a two-year sabbatical for the annual awards, the Red Devils have decided not to offer one at the end of the 2021-22 season.

After a dreary season in it Manchester United He failed to qualify for the Champions League, and it appears that the club’s annual celebration of the club’s best player has been cancelled.

The players were reportedly humiliated to the point of being barred from the event, according to The Mirror.

United are on track to finish with the lowest points total in Premier League history, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sent off before Ralf Rangnick took over on a temporary basis.

After this disappointing season, players have been reluctant to throw an end-of-season party, although United have polled fans to vote for Player of the Year, with a new trophy delivery plan yet to be decided.