Solskjaer Man United Plays Like An Old Man Having Séx – Eric Cantona

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The former Red Devils and France star says Watching current coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team solely ends in disappointments Eric Cantona says.

Manchester United plays soccer like an old man having s*x – it solely ends up in disappointment.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team still struggle with inconsistency this season, as they sit eighth within the Premier League when eighteen games.

United, who haven’t raised a Premier League title since Ex-manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, square measure presently twenty-four points adrift of leaders Liverpool and 7 points behind an area within the top four.

The Red Devils went on a six-game unvanquished run altogether competitions, however, Watford brought a finish thereto run on Sunday with a 2-0 win at Vicarage Road.

Solskjaer aforementioned on that he needs his aspect to be pretty much as good as Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and hopes to show them into title challengers who play with an “attacking” and “dominant” style.

But United legend Cantona, who spent 5 years at the club and won four Premier League titles beneath Ferguson, feels the old Trafford outfit square measure faraway from the amount needed to excite fans and contend for tableware.

Instead, the previous France star says there’s nothing pretty concerning watching Solskjaer’s team, mistreatment graphic imaging to induce his purpose across.

“Manchester United occupies a special place in my heart,” he aforementioned to Otro.

“But watching United play currently, it is a bit like s*xual practice as an old man. you are attempting as hard as you’ll be able to, however at the top of the day, everyone seems to be a touch defeated.”

He added: “When I say things, sorry, concerning s*xual practice as an old man, I am not speaking concerning me. it had been simply a metaphor.”

Although he finds the team underwhelming this season, he’s assured they’ll be back among Europe’s elite soon.

“They are back as a result of it is the biggest club within the world,” he added.

United welcome Newcastle to Old Trafford on Boxing Day before they visit Turf Moor to face Burnley in their last match of 2019.

They start up 2020 with a visit to north London to require on Arsenal on new year’s Day.

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