Manchester United great Gary Neville has addressed the problems currently ongoing at his former club in the wake of the drab draw vs Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men nullified Pep Guardiola’s side but it came at the cost of them not being a threat in the final third themselves.
United started the match with Mason Greenwood on the right-wing and Paul Pogba on the left-wing while Marcus Rashford lead the line.
It could be argued that none of these players were in their natural positions and in the end, only the talented Frenchman put in a good enough performance.
Neville was not happy with certain aspects of the match vs City but decided to take a look at the bigger picture in the video below.
🗣"It is square pegs in round holes all the time, I don't think they have given any manager in the last 5 years a team that can win the title"@GNev2 address the problems at Manchester United and what they need to do to win the title pic.twitter.com/4lBoh80LCT
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) December 12, 2020
The constant chopping and changing perhaps doesn’t help the United players either as Solskjaer has approached matches a little differently than in the past perhaps.
The legendary Norwegian appears to set his team up on a match by match basis, leaving fans consistently guessing what formation is being used or where certain personnel are being played.
Nonetheless, it’s safe to say Solskjaer didn’t have the summer he wanted in the transfer market and has had to make do with what he’s got.
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