Manchester United – Valencia C.F LIVE

Manchester United is not for many joys although with teams of such quality, you can never say how the players will react. What has no discussion is that he is signing his worst start in the Premier since 89-90, with 10 points added in the first seven league games.

Even Mourinho had to defend yesterday the honesty of his players against the losing streak. The elimination against the Derby County of the English Second Division in the Cup of LaLiga deepened more in a boat that presents too many leaks, apparently.

The bad relationship between Mourinho and Pogba, to which the Portuguese coach has removed the captaincy, is just one of the problems that have come to the surface with the complicity of the coach himself, who has had no intention of hiding it in public.

The United problem, in any case, is global. Many analyzes point to the lack of leadership in the club since Sir Alex Ferguson stopped being general manager of the first team.

Gary Neville himself, coach of Valencia and former United player with more than 600 official games, pointed this weekend from his Twitter profile to CEO Ed Woodward, for not having reinforced the team in a convenient way last summer.

“This mess started when United fired David Moyes after 8 months and we lost all sense of the values ​​the club had built for 100 years in. It’s not the coach, it’s the lack of leadership over football. He’s stumbling around with no plan! “Gary Neville ventured.
For Valencia is a good omen that United against United teams does not work well at all.

The most recent was the elimination last season for Sevilla. But in the aggregate, he has faced LaLiga teams in Europe 13 times and has won only two, with five draws and six defeats. And then he faces Newcastle, Chelsea and Juventus.

The bad relationship between Mourinho and Pogba, to which the Portuguese coach has removed the captaincy, is just one of the problems that have come to the surface with the complicity of the coach himself, who has had no intention of hiding it in public.

The United problem, in any case, is global. Many analyzes point to the lack of leadership in the club since Sir Alex Ferguson stopped being general manager of the first team.

Gary Neville himself, coach of Valencia and former United player with more than 600 official games, pointed this weekend from his Twitter profile to CEO Ed Woodward, for not having reinforced the team in a convenient way last summer.