Those who want Mason Greenwood back at Man United are all on sporting side of the club

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A decision over the future of Mason Greenwood at Man United is set to be made in the near future and a new report states that many people inside the football club are not happy about his potential return. 

According to the Guardian, many Manchester United employees feel a deep sense of shame that Greenwood is expected to be retained by the club, though a sizeable number believe the forward should be welcomed back. Those who are in favour of the 21-year-old’s return to the squad are all on the football side of the operation.

Some members of Man United take the view that he remains a young man and that there is a duty of care towards a player who has been at United since he was a child and has not been found guilty of anything unlawful – despite the evidence on online platforms.

There is clearly a divide at the Manchester club and it remains to be seen how it will affect operations if Greenwood is brought back.

Mason Greenwood’s future will be decided soon

Greenwood has not played for United since he was arrested in January 2022 after a recording and images were released on social media of an alleged sexual attack.

The noises coming out of the Manchester club point in the direction that the 21-year-old will return to the Premier League club’s squad soon but an official decision will be made in the near future.

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  1. He is a young lad still growing up and like every one else he has made mistakes, however due to his profile as a Manchester United footballer , his mistakes have been highlighted and put into the public domain.He has grown up under the guidance of the club from a very young age and Manchester United therefore have a duty of care to put him back on track to have the career that was destined before this problem blew up,
    especially as he has not been found guilty of any criminal offence.

  2. the young lad deserve a second chance. in life everyone deserve second chance and I hope he can learn from is mistake.

  3. Totally correct.
    Guilty ,of what ?…………
    Not guilty of any of the charges of the crimes he is alleged to have committed.

    Same old story……”No smoke without fire”.

    A few members of the public make up their own mind “he must be guilty”.

    Has anyone considered that a female has jumped on the bandwagon to get a payoff of her story from a national paper and then found the deeper it got into the potential trial lost her bottle and refused to give evidence?

    Just POSSIBLE isn’t it ?

  4. I would like to say that we all err and make mistakes, where is the forgiveness? If it was one of our own family members that made the same mistake, will we isolate and alienate them? Mason is our family and Yes as a naive young man he has messed up, we all do but we need to come around him and guide him in the next step of his career. I don’t like the stance of Riley the TV presenter who made a statement that she would stop supporting MUFC if Mason was reinstated. She’s not a true red. True Reds stick with their own.

  5. The important point here is we do not know if the allegations have any foundation in fact, no evidence has been forthcoming and the fact that the charges have been dropped means that if the courts can’t judge, neither should ‘social media’ or anyone else who is not aware of both sides of the story.

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