e360hubs.com - What’s gone wrong for Manchester United?

e360hubs.com - What’s gone wrong for Manchester United?

e360hubs.com - What’s gone wrong for Manchester United?

It seems like forever since Manchester United football club were top of the table or challenging for the titles, with managers being cycled in and out and players showing the little will to be putting in the effort to earn their huge salaries. 

After a massive 4-0 loss against Liverpool earlier in April, United found themselves on the wrong side of a 3-1 scoreline on Sunday 23rd April against Arsenal, albeit not for some lucky penalty calls and offside flags. Even so, when a team who was already struggling to turn their draws to wins suddenly hits a run of losses, it’s time to call in the fixing squad.

   Six players are out of contract this summer, tons more are eager to leave, and the £200 million projected transfer budget being set seems like it will go a little way to solving an endemic problem within the team and its' ranks under the new boss to-be 'Ten Hag'. So what can they do to make a dent in their problems and turn their fate around?
  1. Clear out the rot: With players like Pogba unwilling to turn up to the games, Rashford spending more time as an ambassador off the field than on it and a defensive line-up that wouldn’t look out of place in a Sunday league team, it’s time for a mass clear-out of overpaid players with little commitment.
  2. Decide on training staff and manager: It's been years of chopping and changing since Sir Alex Ferguson left, and it's about time they chose someone to take the helm and gave them a chance. From David Moyes to Jose Mourinho to 'babyface' Solskjaer – it's been too long a time and too long a list.
  3. Overhaul the defence: Maguire looks tired and worth a fraction of his £80million price, Telles seemingly undone at most one-on-one's and even Varane finding himself the wrong side of the offside play most times – it's time for an overhaul, and 'Antony' who has been earmarked by Erik Ten Hag would be a good start.
  4. Abandon it all and turn to online versions. While this may seem less practical and may be coming with an air of spite at having to watch the abysmal performances week in and week out, there are enough alternatives to enjoy and … why not … we could even get the players to remember was hat the goal of the sport is: From FIFA to Championship Manager and even online versions like Soccer.io or the recently released Football Live Studio, from the gaming studio that brought out Crazy Time a few years back, any of them would serve as a tastier watch than the football we’re being subjected to now.
While the last one may be a bit tongue in cheek, the dire situation has little leeway for just a warning flag – it’s time to change the squad, change the manager and most importantly, change the attitude. If Manchester United want to be the behemoth they once were in English Premier League football – they have to turn things around and fast – so let’s hope they take heed and do just that.
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