Published: Thu, March 15, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand hit out at Man United's 'inexplicable' UCL exit

Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand hit out at Man United's 'inexplicable' UCL exit

"It's too individual. He is giving the ball away too often", he added.

"I didn't see this result coming, especially after the game against Liverpool [United winning 2-1 in the Premier League on Saturday], the way they played".

Ferdinand admits he feels sorry for the Chilean star as he believes he looks like a stranger in the United team having previously been a key figure during his time with Arsenal.

Jose Mourinho must try to figure out a way to get the best out of Sanchez as it's just not working right now and he's failed to develop any sort of understanding with the likes of Romelu Lukaku or Marcus Rashford. Something isn't going for him.

'It just doesn't seem that it's functional.

"He needs to choose his best front three and be courageous enough to leave one out".

'Sanchez, at the moment, does not deserve to be in the team.

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Manchester United are now preparing for their FA Cup quarter-final clash against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday afternoon as they bid to reach the semi-finals. "There was no energy and they lost the game pretty easily".

The 29-year-old has been a regular fixture in the Manchester United first team this season but he has not been in particularly impressive form for Jose Mourinho's men. They did nothing to lift this crowd, nothing to lift anyone at home.

"You have to give the fans something to shout about".

"You need cohesion and whatever you spend, you have to be brought together and that comes down to the manager". Lethargic, bad attitude.he said in his interview he was happy with their attitude, but he has to be protecting his players. "This stadium tonight was quiet and that's down to the players".

"That's not good enough in the last 16 of the Champions League". It was poor. You can accept an off night if the attitude is right, but it wasn't.

"They keep spending money, keep spending loads of money, and we keep saying they're three or four players away", Scholes said. "It's nearly like they have too much money and throwing it away willy nilly".

"At the start of the season, Manchester United had a fluency to them", he told Sky Sports.

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