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Two Things Manchester United Can Do To Return to Winning Ways.

English Premier League club Manchester United are currently facing very hard times. The Old Trafford outfit has lost three games in four matches. They endured a 1-0 defeat against West Ham United in the Carabao Cup, a 2-1 defeat against Swiss club Young Boys in the Champions League, as well as the latest defeat against Aston Villa in Old Trafford.

Manchester United fans are very disappointed with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men, and they are seeking an immediate turnaround in the team. 

Manchester United as a team has what it takes to win the Premier League title as well as the Champions League trophy this season, but it seems the manager cannot get the best out of the squad.

However, I strongly suggest that Manchester United should sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but here are two things the club needs to do immediately to return to winning ways.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should change his starting lineup.

At this point, Manchester United's new boy, Jadon Sancho, needs games to prove his worth. As we can see yesterday, Mason Greenwood was very poor against Villa and needs to drop to the bench so he can regain his seriousness. 

Secondly, Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer should consider playing Cristiano Ronaldo on the left wing so that Cavani will lead the attack. As we can see against Aston Villa, Cristiano Ronaldo was nowhere to be found, the Aston Villa three-man defense kept the Portuguese international at bay without stress. 

As soon as Cavani came in, everywhere opened up, and United was able to get a penalty kick. Cavani is a natural striker and has all it takes to open any congested defense. I strongly believe that if Solskjaer can find a way to include both Ronaldo and Cavani in the starting lineup, Manchester United will return to winning ways.

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