Read Up “Manchester United beat Leeds 2-0 in Oslo on Wednesday with Mason Mount making his unofficial debut.” Erik ten Hag made sweeping second-half changes, so the club’s newest addition only played the first half.

Mount said he loves learning about his new teammates, so it was important.

“We’ve worked very hard [in training], so it’s good to now put it into practice and play on the pitch,” said the Englishman.

“The first week is about getting the legs going again and running distance.

“But we’ve definitely worked on a few tactics coming into this game.

I know how the manager works and how the boys play.

Now it’s about using these games to train and applying it on the pitch.

“A good start and win today. As I stated, it’s crucial to get the minutes in the legs, but we want to win this season.”

Manchester United Beat Leeds 2-0 In Oslo On Wednesday With Mason Mount Making His Unofficial Debut
Manchester United Beat Leeds 2-0 In Oslo On Wednesday With Mason Mount Making His Unofficial Debut

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After treatment for sleeping pill addiction, Dele Alli praised Everton for their support.

In a bold and honest interview with Gary Neville, the Everton midfielder revealed childhood trauma that caused personal and professional problems.

“I got addicted to sleeping pills,” stated the 27-year-old. Football spreads it more than people realize.

Tell folks now. I’m hesitant to talk about it because it’s recent and I’ve hidden it.

After a loan at Besiktas, I needed surgery.

“I was mentally ill. I chose a modern addiction, mental health, and trauma rehab. I felt ready.

You must choose to go there.

I was stuck. I trusted harmful things. I was winning every day and going into training smiling.

“I was losing the battle inside and needed to change. I felt the cycle start again when I was told I required surgery.

I stayed six weeks. Everton backed me and I will always be grateful. I couldn’t ask for more as I was making the biggest decision of my life, doing something I was frightened to do. It was satisfying.

It’s frowned upon and unpopular. Rehab is daunting, but I never expected how much I would gain.

I was miserable. I blamed myself for silly things I did as a kid.

Going there and knowing about it was never under my control.

Understanding and learning helps. I released some negative feelings that were slowing me down.”