Berbatov explains where Manchester United is failing

first_imgBulgarian Manchester United legend, Dimitar Berbatov, explained where he thinks the Red Devils are doing it wrong during this “mini-crisis”.Just like any other Manchester United legend, Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov hates everything that’s going on at the club and he thinks this situation is just a “mini-crisis” as he put it.The former Red Devil recently spoke to Betfair about the whole situation and attempted to explain what the club is doing wrong right now, he doesn’t approve of the club sacking Mourinho if they don’t get a good result against Newcastle United next weekend and he hopes the club can get out of the situation as quickly as possible.“I am not at Old Trafford anymore, I am not at the training ground, I don’t speak with the manager or the players, but looking from the outside, it’s not good to see how they’re performing right now. As a former player it’s painful because you want your team to win all the time,” said Berbatov to Betfair.“But as I said before it’s not easy to be a manager these days dealing with all these players, all these egos, because big players have big power these days.”“I’m sure everyone at the club is doing everything they can to resolve this small crisis they are in. I still cannot imagine any Manchester United player not putting his all in to turn it around. Players want to enjoy their football and talk up their performances.”“On the pitch, I honestly think they want it so bad that they’re trying too hard and it’s not coming naturally. You could see the way they were running around against Valencia chasing and fighting to show how much they care. But too many players were over-complicating matters, taking too many touches.”“It will come eventually but until that moment arrives I think United must keep it simple and let it come to them.”Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“Will United sack Mourinho? I don’t know but I honestly don’t think changing managers all the time is the solution.”“It’s Newcastle at Old Trafford this weekend and, on paper, that looks like a great chance to snap a four-game streak without a win.”“But sometimes playing at home can be even more difficult than playing away. When you’re not at your best, the stadium is full and the fans aren’t happy, and things aren’t happening on the pitch it can be a horrible experience. The other team are away from home, they don’t care, anything they get from the game is a bonus.”“For you, the pitch gets smaller and smaller, the fans get on your back, you put even more pressure on yourself. Every mistake leads to another mistake and self-doubt because we are all humans and we start sabotaging ourselves! It happens to every team in football,” he concluded.We caught up with Dimitar Berbatov to discuss Messi’s Wembley masterclass, Man Utd’s continued struggles and the BIG #PremierLeague fixture this weekend…— Betfair (@Betfair) October 4, 2018last_img

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