The good old days of Man united is gone, right now Nobody Even know who to blame again’: Man united legend Paul Scholes says the problem of Man united now is £70m whose impact in the games this days is very poor. - soocer442
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The good old days of Man united is gone, right now Nobody Even know who to blame again’: Man united legend Paul Scholes says the problem of Man united now is £70m whose impact in the games this days is very poor.

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“By January, you may pack your bags and relocate to any location of your choosing.” “The door is open for you”—Man United manager Erik Ten Hag has informed his £34

million World Cup star that he is no longer in the club’s plans following his performance yesterday—in response to bids already received for the player.Paul Scholes believes that Erik ten Hag has an obligation to ensure that the players of Manchester United are diligently striving for the team’s objectives.Tuesday, United was eliminated from Europe by Bayern Munich 1-0 at Old Trafford. They are eliminated from the Europa League as the group’s bottom scorers, trailing only Bayern, Copenhagen, and Galatasaray in the Champions League standings.

 

Following a 3-0 home loss to Bournemouth, United are 10 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool and were eliminated from the Carabao Cup earlier in the season. Before Tuesday’s game, Scholes characterized the team’s lack of effort as “terrifying.”

 

Scholes was questioned regarding the source of United’s challenging campaign. The TNT Sports analyst responded prior to the game, “To be candid, it is extremely difficult to determine who is letting whom down.” Already, a significant number of these athletes have let down two or three managers.Although there are a few new faces on the roster, I was concerned about the Newcastle performance. Ten Hag’s position had not been called into question prior to that, but the fact that he was unable to motivate his players to work hard enough to confront Newcastle was unsettling. Maintaining consistent effort is imperative at this institution; however, performance has been inadequate thus far.

 

Earlier this month, Newcastle defeated the Red Devils 1-0 at St. James’ Park; during that match, Ten Hag and Anthony Martial engaged in a public dispute. Additionally, star forward Marcus Rashford was injured during that match and has since missed time in the Premier League.

 

Rashford, who reached the target 30 times last season and has scored just two goals this season, was absent from Tuesday’s match due to illness. United was reduced to ten men prior to the start of the second half due to injuries sustained by Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire.

 

Shaw was substituted in halftime, while Maguire, who was named the Premier League’s Player of the Month for November, hobbled off in the 40th minute with a groin injury. Shaw is believed to have been experiencing hamstring pain.

 

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