Who Is To Blame For Manchester United’s Woes?
The season 2017/2018 season had just ended and the coach at the time Jose Mourinho said his greatest achievement in football was finishing 2nd with his Manchester United squad.
A lot of eye brows were raised about the optimism level of mourinho. Was he right after all?
Fast forward 11 months to Everton Vs Manchester on April 21 2019. A 4-0 loss and shambolic display has once again put the squad under spotlight. Who exactly is to blame?
– Former coach Jose Mourinho?
– Current boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer?
– The players?
– The board?
After a record breaking start to his tenure, Solskjaer now faces an uphill struggle to qualify this Manchester United outfit for the Champions League. A task proving difficult as plans are going out of the window. As the dust has been raised on a select group of players. Are they deserving to stay at the club beyond the summer? Solskjaer claimed after the match that talent has never been enough, we assume he is refering to players like Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, Lingard and the likes. There is only a level talent can take you, hardwork is fundamental to a team’s success.
From the directors to the players and the coach included, who stays and who leaves for now remains to be subject of debate.
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