Man Utd fans are excited about Amad’s role in Rangers Cup win

Manchester United fans expressed their excitement at seeing Amad back in Old Trafford following his participation in Rangers’ Scottish FA Cup victory.

Amad joined Rangers as part of the January transfer window. He had left Red Devils to seek game time. He was not able to make the move as planned, however, as the winger started just four games in Scotland’s Premiership.

However, he was selected immediately for Saturday’s Scottish FA Cup Final. Rangers were taking on Hearts at Hampden Park. Giovanni von Bronkhurst and his men bounced back from the Europa League defeat for just over an hours.

Scott Wright and Ryan Jack scored in extra-time for the Gers to win their first Scottish Cup since 2009. United fans paid attention to Amad’s performance and posted clips of some of their favourite moments.

Many hailed the 19-yearold and tipped him for great success after he returned from Scotland. Many even asked that he join Erik ten Hag’s United team as a starter.

“Would love to see him at RW next season. His ceilings high,”One said, another branding Amad as an a “Special special player.”Another person tipped him to be at United in the next term. “Reckon we could make use of amad next season.”

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Amad was against Hearts when Rangers won the first Scottish Cup since 2009.

Many also highlighted the relationship between Amad starting to pick up silverware and Rangers picking it up. One fan commented: “Amad starts and Rangers win a trophy, surprise surprise,”With another noting “Amad is the only Manchester United player to win a trophy this season.”

Another supporter believes Amad’s performance was a sign that he is set for a bright future. He tweeted: “Thought amad was quality there for Gers. Duno what the future holds for him even at Utd but if he can become a bit more physical he’ll be a serious player in the Premier League.”


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