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Manchester United legend blames ‘everyone at the club’ for crisis

It would be deluded to say that Manchester United are not in crisis right now. The things at Old Trafford must change soon and it will require a collective effort.

Manchester United are currently in shambles. The Red Devils have just about been scraping results, while on majority of times, even that has not been the case. Poor results are accompanied by a pathetic dressing room scene and several former players of Manchester United are aiming hurdles at the players and Mourinho for the condition.

The latest one of them is Louis Saha who believes that everyone is collectively responsible for the lack of discipline and inconsistent results.

“Yes, when there is no result of course there is things to change and everyone is to blame. The players, the staff, they have to do more. It’s not about one game or two, it’s about being consistent. They may lose some games, but we should not have anyone questioning desire. It should not happen. If Gary Neville thinks there’s something wrong I think you have to listen, people will talk about Pogba and Mourinho. They are actors. They [the players] have to understand they have to be at their best. They all have the answers.

There is things going on in the press, distracting from the way they are playing. This is not normal. Sometimes at manager level as well I think there are game decision that have been wrong, but millions of fans have an opinion. We don’t know, what we can see is on the field. It’s about getting the actual image of the players and the club in the best way possible and I don’t think it’s been done,” revealed Saha.

“If people are talking this way something is wrong. I see information, leaks, it’s not normal. Whoever is trying to deal with that of course will have to punish because this is not normal.”

Author’s Take

It is a perfect insight by Louis Saha about what is causing the harm at Manchester United. There is an abysmal chemistry between the players, the managers and the board of directors with it looking like every individual is fighting for his personal gain without taking the team into consideration. That has to change soon.

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