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United desperately need Matic back; they are not confident at all deep in the midfield.. that is the most vunerable position for them right now;.. forget the fact that the CBs are playing below par... but loosing the ball always in the CM is bad.

I believe once Matic is back, Fellani gets benched.. there will be an instant difference, they are nore composed with him playing.

but in the meantime.. a 4-4-2 formation is the best option for united right now... to strengthen the midfield.. this will give fred and pogba more space to go forward or create chances..
I don't think Fellaini or that deep CM position is the problem. In fact that formation switch is one of the reasons we've been playing well the previous 3 games. The problem in games like last Saturday's IMO is our forwards' inability to effectively deal with space and linkup against tight defenses. At nature they're all very counter-attacking oriented players, even Pogba, our player who has the most quality on the ball.
Every time this team loses, its Pogba vs Mourinho. Others I feel can get away with bad games due to the amount of media attention both of those guys get. Eventually one of them will lose it and just leave.
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People (fans) who blame Mou are probably not watching games. Mou has done exactly what he has done in every other club he has managed - try to build a strong defence foundation and attack on the break.
Its not working here because players are just not quality enough. They seem to be enjoying getting paid without showing anything on the pitch.
Managers job ends when the team goes out to play. If the top players cannot finish from 8 yards out the manager can't help them there
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" Wolves played my way" .................... please say no more, I am sure they will be more than happy to let you coach them.

" Players were so relaxed, not a good attitude" ..........and whose job to fire them up?, whose job to ignite their spirits??

for heaven sake why you consider yourself one of the best managers if you all you do is just naming the squad and then blaming them
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Not just players have bad attitude, mou has even worse attitude. This is going to be a downward spiral.

Mou: Win, credit to mou. Lose, blame players

Utd Fans: Win, credit to players. Lose, blame mou.

Mou Fans to Utd Fans: Win, why you credit players only. Lose, why you only blame mou.

Well, not just football managers, all types of manager in the world hold responsibilities for everything his team/company does. Why should mou be any different. Zero sympathy.
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"Wolves played my way"? Did he really said that? :O
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Idk how anybody can be anything but fed up with Mourinho. All the millions spent and it's still s**t. Tata Mou
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i have to say i backed mou i think he can turn it around but when i look at sarri klopp even emery are picking up results and have a style of play albeit with same or lesser team in the case of arsenal. this is cause for concern with mou.
That sounds crazy tbh,

I only saw the bbc interview and it sounded more like what others here were saying, including pogba, when he says the attackers didn't offer enough movement and creativity and in general wolves were hungrier and more motivated.


https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/45530717
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Signing Sanchez with those insane wages definitely does no good in the locker room. If a senior player is getting paid that much money and does not perform what kind of example does that set to the youngsters?
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Imo Sanchez is done as a top player... he is hardly doing anything at all. Compare that player who scored 20 goals a season at arsenal and the youngster at Barca to this one... they are worlds apart
No offence and credit to Wolves but we have more than enough quality to nullify and see them off. Yes now teams know they can get a result against us but the bottom line imo is he's lost the team AND the plot. Predictable af, playing with shameful fear, ego bigger than the club, not to mention turds he dumped on his own team left stains and a stink that won't go... It's the culmination of all that that heralds a much needed fresh new start. Xmas soon ! :D
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After every bad result, he's lost the team and plot, after a good performance it's what? Pure luck? You can criticize without sweeping statements like he's lost the dressing room, that stuff isn't what we were seeing in the last three results where we were 2-0 up at halftime in all three games.


Sounds like our attacking didn't create enough movement and didn't offer help to those on the ball trying to play dangerous passes and build up the attack.
In fergie's days we would be destroying these mid table teams 4 goals+
I dont know what's up with the team,you cant say we lack quality because its definitely there.
I want to see the numbers. How much is Mou and Klopp's net spending so far. Liverpool just beat PSG and are playing some amazing football with Henderson and Milner in the team and we are stuck in this ancient football.
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We ain't even playing fancy football like last season, the difference this season is that we are just tighter at the back.
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Net spend over past 3 years top 6:


6. Spurs 41m
5. Liverpool 141m
4. Arsenal 158m
3. Chelsa 164m
2. Man utd 315m
1. Man city 399m

Final league position 3 years ago

Spurs 5
Liverpool 6
Arsenal 3
Chelsea 1
Man utd 4
Man city 2

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-transfers-big-six-13014572.amp

Note: article above doesnt include kepa/coutois sigings
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The difference is klopp respects his players, and players respect him.
They would only leave if it were for big money from Barca or madrid,but they play for the badge and hustle until final whistle. Our players and manager are complete opposite,no respect for each other or the badge..so what if pogba or Sanchez plays bad,they know they MUST be picked,even if they dont they get paid a s**t to just to relax until another club decides to buy them.
I dont understand what is with the long balls with almost 5 minutes extra time. all the rush was easy for wolves to sit deep and counter us. we could have lost the game from those counters if they were a tad bit more clinical.

We had time and no patience.

The subs were very poor today. Considering that this is the third game this week, perhaps some tired lads out there. But it is annoying that we were;t able to see the game through.
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I'm not sure if Fred was tired, but he was the engine today. MOTM taken off given the situation is not a good sign.

Replace Fred and Sanchez with Mata and Martial, the formation got scrambled without proper replacements in the middle. I have no idea what we are playing anymore after that other than Plan B aka hoofball.
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That was pitiful at the end, hoofing it up with 3 minutes left of added time, just hoping it would fall magically from Fellaini's head into feet, or better yet, the goal. Wolves are a good side, but we had no sustained plan of attack at the end and were pretty naive with the space all game. Too much individual effort, not enough as a team.
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Yup, we wanted to sneak a win at old trafford. f**k off. No desire, no urgency, no quality. Right from the manager to the players and the fans. Everyone expected a win.
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Manager put all the attacking players in the squad on - Lukaku, Martial, Mata, Periera, Fellaini, Pogba, Sanchez, Lingard were all on. What more can he do
Players are not good enough, squad is s**t thin in quality

Lukaku does nothing at all. Simply a flat track bully. We should get a quality striker not someone who exclusively scores tap ins
Mata, Sanchez look done as top level players. Sad
+1
He could atleast act like Wolves are going to be a tough team. He was passive, compared to what he was at Burnley. He needed that win but he expected this win. The teams mentality starts from him.

You could see in the first 5 mins the players were not up for it. They just wanted to show up and win. As a manager you need to see these things and influence the team. Jose just stood there and expected to win. Wolves were the better team. Same old story. Jose needs to go after this season.
Lol flat track bully @Vaaz gonna be honest and say when you guys bought him for the price you did I was surprised, I posted many times that he wasn't worth that kind of money but you know how it is when you're talking with opposition fans about players they sign especially when it's not too positive.

Anyway Lukkaku is a good striker but in my eyes he isn't anything special, as for Mata and Sanchez and most of your top players I don't think they are declining, it's one of three things or a combination of all.

1) They don't like the manager's style of play, or the manager as well.

2) They are not motivated because of the negativity surrounding the club, linking back to the negative approach the manager takes sometimes and the lack of good results.

3) They really don't want to be there and just signed for the cash.
There was nothing negative today. With Mata maybe he likes to play as CAM but he is still given a role where he is free to roam from side to side, but produces next to nothing
Sanchez plays on his favourite side, the team was attacking enough but was still terrible.
You still need a good striker that can hold up the ball, play 1-2's off wingers/CAMs, run at defenders and turn them, use some kinda trickery and shoot early from outside the box but Lukaku is so one dimensional and does very little.
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Tactics are the problem but also some of our players. Mata needs to go with lukaku. Mata is like an upgraded midfield version of Valencia, zero weak foot and runs around in circles because he gets pressured and cant produce anything with his damn right foot.
Lukaku is literally hulk version of fellaini
Shitty performance, no quality, no heart.
+1
we've just been playing plan B..
but thats your plan A
+2
We dont even have a plan A what you on about lol
+1
Your plan A is your plan B and your plan B is your plan A.
In other words, we have no Plan B? lol...


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