- Oct 20, 2013
That's absolute nonsense, the fact that Manchester United had such a close game with none other than Young Boys is simply down to the manager. Did the manager lay for the foundation for the team to win convincingly last night ? When you compare the quality between the two teams, United should have bettered the opposition even being a fullback short.We could have salvaged something were it not for Lingard, but Aaron is the main culprit for last night. And easy game turned nightmare because of him.
It happens and it's not the end of the World, but he has been very poor this season with his passing and lack of support in front. Last night was the culmination of this terrible form.
The coaches have nothing to do with a crazy red card and a crazy back pass ffs.
Solskjaer takes full principle responsibility for the defeat last night. Useless ability to manage the game effectively, awful tactical instructions and bad substitutions. Most professional pundits aside the former United brigade have called the manager out. If that was the likes of a Liverpool, City or Chelsea I think we would be talking about a completely different situation.
Solskjaer has a 63% loss rate when it comes to anything outside of England. He's drowning in mediocrity in European competition, a red card doesn't detract anything from this.