Manchester United defender, Brandon Williams, has explained the reason he plays with some aggression.
The left-back is notorious for playing with a lot of physicality, and has thrived with it, having broken into Olé Gunnar Solskjaer’s first team.
When asked about it recently, Williams simply said, “I think it’s from when I’ve been a kid here from the age of eight.
“It’s drilled into you from a young age what this club means. It’s part of the DNA to have that inside you, but you’ve got to have it controlled and not over the top.
“That’s from what the United coaches over the years gave me.”
Williams continues to play a part in Olé’s starting eleven, having impressed in the absence of the injured Luke Shaw.
The 19 year old is also expected to start against FC Copenhagen, as the club looks to make it to the semi-finals of the Europa League on Monday.