In a season that keeps getting worse for Manchester United the biggest worry is that the new boss doesn’t have a plan. United seem to be playing without a particular strategy and simply hoping that their best players will save them with the odd moment of brilliance. It’s a real worry.
Of course, this could just be part of the Moyes revolution, which will get worse before it gets better. If this is the case then that plan must surely include showing the door to the following players:
Ashley Young – Never liked him. He’s a decent athlete but simply doesn’t have the speed, guile, talent or trickery to be a Manchester United winger. Sell him in Jan.
Nani – How many chances will this guy get to waste the ball? 6 years and counting
Anderson – Another part of a largely disastrous summer spend, in 2007, which included Nani and Owen Hargreaves. At least Manchester United also signed Tevez that year. The Brazilian’s time is up.
Fellaini – Yes. You heard. Fellaini has been abject since joining Manchester United and we think it’s impossible for him to bridge the gap in quality between his talent and the midfield requirement at Manchester United. Don’t be too proud Moyes. Get some of the money back and go again. Or turn Fellaini into a top centre-back. Because he doesn’t have the skill for midfield. United fans knew this when Fellaini signed. So why couldn’t the highly paid boss see it.
Tom Cleverley – Simply doesn’t have enough identity or creativity to his game. Never United standard.
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