MU is not yet worthy of being called a champion candidate because…


Manchester United again, lost in the last two games. His former player, Gary Neville, is not sure that Manchester United can win Premier League that’s it!

Manchester United lost to West Ham United in the middle of last week in the Carabo Cup 0-1. Then last weekend on Saturday (25/9), the Red Devils were silenced by Aston Villa at home 0-1 in the continuation Premier League.

Manchester United still doesn’t look consistent (Getty Images/Laurence Griffiths)

Former Manchester United player who became a football pundit, Gary Neville saw that Manchester United not yet worthy of being called a candidate for champion this season. What’s the reason?

“MU does not play as a team. Unlike Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool, who play as a strong team from the back to the front line,” he explained to Sky Sports.

“When United win and Ronaldo scores, they don’t actually play well enough.”

Gary Neville explained, there seems to be a solid communication between the players Manchester United in the field. No doubt, MU is having trouble scoring goals, which they have lost three times in their last five matches in all competitions.

“There hasn’t been a single unit at United. They need a pattern of play, a combination of games, and a unified way of playing, they can’t just rely on individual strengths,” said Neville.

“Ronaldo, Sancho and Varane are great signings. However, the style of play is not the same,” he added.

“When Manchester United build from the back or through midfield, sometimes I don’t know what will happen next,” said Neville.

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville looks on during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United at Anfield on January 19, 2020 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)Gary Neville (Getty Images/Michael Regan)

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