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Manchester United Should Drop These 2 Players From Starting Lineup, If They Want To Win Matches

Manchester United is seriously struggling to win matches because of poor selection of the manager during matches. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in several occasions have named a lineup which saw many good players on bench.

A team Performance is dependent on the manager's tactics and formation during matches. If a manager is not able to make the right selection for a match, the team is expected to play a draw or even lose. Manchester United is among the best teams in Europe, judging from their past history, but the addition of some new players in the team also increased its value.

Despite the high standard of the team and Quality players the club has, they are still finding it difficult to win matches. In their last four matches in all competitions, they have managed to win only one, which was against Villarreal in the Uefa Champions League.

These teams who defeated them and those who held them to a draw are not even top clubs in Europe. This poor result is as a result of players whom the manager featured in the matches. Few of them are not supposed to be in the starting lineup for the red devils in any match.

Some of them needs to be dropped from the starting lineup so that the team can produce the right results during. Among the few of them, these 3 should not be in the starting lineup again.

1. Lindeloef

The defender is supposed to play from the bench as he's not good at starting a match. His pair with Raphael Varane is very poor and Manchester United is not going to play well in the defense line. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should drop him from the starting lineup.

2. Scott Mc Tominay

Fred Rodriguez is far better than him, especially when paired with Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes. The manager shoukd be given him the chance to start a match, if he wants to secure his job.

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