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The Big Problem At Man United That Could Result To The Team Ending Up Trophyless

Manchester United has had mixed results this season after starting the league on a high end. The Red Devils are lost four games already this season in all competitions. The 20 times Premier League champions are currently fifth in the league with 14 points in the league five behind league leaders Chelsea.

The Red Devils were thrashed by FA Cup champions Leicester City 4-2 on Saturday evening despite taking an early lead in the first half. Ole Gunnar had started a strong side but he lost despite having Pogba, Bruno, Ronaldo, and Sancho who all started yesterday.

Manchester United is struggling and there are high chances they could win nothing this season despite having good players who are used to winning like Ronaldo, Pogba and Raphael Varane. Manchester United has defense issues and also managerial problems.

Club captain Harry Maguire was awful against Leicester and he could not lead at the back resulting in the team conceding simple goals. He made a mistake leading to the Foxes scoring the first goal at King Power Stadium.

Varane not being in the team left a big void and Victor Lindelof could be the best partner for the French center-back than Maguire. De Gea made seven saves in the match but they were not enough to save the team due to poor defending.

The Reds also need a good manager as Ole Gunnar lacks enough tactics and the job at Old Trafford is too huge for him. He has good top players but the team is not looking like real contenders and they are already out of the FA Cup.

He has one of the best squads in the league and the best attack but they are struggling to win matches which they are the favorites to win. Manchester United should get a good manager who can win trophies likes Klopp and Pep Guardiola but if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will continue at Old Trafford the team will winning nothing.

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