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Eric Bailly Should Consider Leaving Man United After Being Snubbed For An Unfit Maguire

Ratifying mediocrity over an exceptional player has been the catalyst for United failure under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Eric Bailly was signed by Jose Mourinho after having a great season at Villareal. The Ivorian defender problem has been because of injury and not been properly guided by a good coach.

Harry Maguire just came back from an injury, Ole starting him against Leicester City is a wake-up call for Eric Bailly. He's never gonna get the opportunity to play under Ole. Playing only one game this season, despite being fit and strong to play.

I'm saying this unapologetically that Eric Bailly is bigger than Harry Maguire in many areas in defensive. Talk about the confidence, Bailly drives the ball forward without losing it to the opponents while Maguire gives away the ball and makes awful passes to the opponent. How about the speed? Bailly can chase down any attacker all day while Maguire can only jog back to the defense after losing the ball.

Leicester City plays a fast style of football, quick play, and rapid movement. A slow defender can't withstand the pressure, Rodgers set the trap and Ole fell into this trap. Vardy and Iheanacho rushed the United defense whenever they are with the ball because they know they are not smart enough.

No apology for Bailly not starting in yesterday's game. Vardy hates playing against him, he gives him no single chance to stride with the ball. His tackles are all fierce whenever he faces Vardy. United was so soft in yesterday's game, three Foxes players man marking their players while Ole boys couldn't make a single tackle to collect the ball.

After being snubbed by Ole, the best solution for Bailly is to go to another club where he can find the space to play football. No top coach in the world will start Maguire ahead of Bailly. 

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