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4 Players Manchester United Should Stop Using If They Want To Win Their Upcoming Matches

Manchester United’s poor form is yet to end as they were defeated once again in the English premier league by Brighton and Hove Albion football club. Some players of the club are really performing poorly and the coach needs to stop using those players so that the club can start winning their matches. Here are 4 players Manchester United should stop using if they want to win their upcoming matches.

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1. Sergio Reguilon

The Spanish defender was given the opportunity to make his debut against Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, but his performance raised concerns about his suitability for Manchester United. Reguilon struggled to leave an impact on the field. Reguilon found himself outmatched in the left-back position against Brighton, possibly due to his lack of recent competitive game time. He should be dropped to the bench in upcoming matches.

2. Victor Lindelof

In the absence of Raphael Varane due to injury, Victor Lindelof has been tasked with filling the French defender’s shoes. Unfortunately, his performances have fallen short of expectations. Lindelof’s sluggish defending has been a recurring issue, making a case for his exclusion from the starting lineup.

With other central defenders available, the coach should explore alternatives to Lindelof, given his underwhelming physicality and he is also very poor with aerial duels.

3. Scott McTominay: The Scottish midfielder had another opportunity to silence his critics against Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, but his performance was far from convincing. McTominay ranked among the weakest players for the Red Devils during the match, indicating a need for reconsideration in the upcoming fixtures.

4. Andre Onana: Conceding six goals in his last two matches for Manchester United, Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana’s tenure with the club has been less than stellar. Coach Erik Ten Hag might want to evaluate the possibility of giving Bayindir a chance, considering Onana’s struggles to make a meaningful impact this season.

By making strategic changes in the lineup, Manchester United can work toward revitalizing their performance and achieving better results in the matches ahead.

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