Glorio wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:16 am
Can we bench the almighty Sanchez now please? It's like Wenger sold us a bomb and José lit the fuse in our own backyard by trying to force him into our left side of attack, nullifying the threat Martial, Rashford, and Pogba (even though this one definitely has other issues to work through) at the same time.
Can anyone honestly argue now that the team has not lost any previous balance it had? The United before Sanchez was a much better team than this version with him in it. Buying any big player that becomes available without a plan is not longer sustainable. I believe we'll get the best out of him (while hopefully getting the best out of the other players), but it's not happening at the moment, and we're too deep in the business end of the season to be experimenting.
He may go and score a hattrick tomorrow, but we've already payed the price IMO
It's not just Sanchez that is the problem, it's the whole team selection and tactics that are wrong, you are playing for a quarter final spot in the biggest club football competition in the word and you field a player who has been out for about three months ! and bench one of your most creative.Then you sit back and defend a 0-0 !! what was he playing for fornicate penalties ?
He puts Pogba on, who should have thought 'this is my chance to pay some of that fee back, this is my chance to show I'm not just hair cuts and birth canal' but what happens he jogs around like it's a photo shoot, fails to get forward, and does fornicate all. Fergie I'm afraid was right about him and right to let him go, he still looks like the academy player he was, another Mario Ballotelli