Manchester United can’t play safe to win titles

One of the former Manchester United players, Luis Nani, seems to be following the development of his former club. According to him, the Red Devils tend to play safe without daring to take risks.

As is known, Manchester United have indeed been in a difficult phase since they were left by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013. Until now, the club has not lifted the Premier League trophy.

In fact, in the last three years, not even Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops have won the championship trophy. Not surprisingly, many of their fans began to feel anxious about the future of the club.

Well, Luis Nani, who once tasted success when he was a Manchester United shirt, has the confidence that his former club can win again as before.

However, he judged that currently the Red Devils looked like they were very cautious, as if they were reluctant to take risks.

“This club has always been successful when it takes a risk-taking approach,” wrote Nani in United Review.

For Nani, Manchester United can only succeed in winning the title if every player appears brave, not half-hearted in their performance on the field.

“Every player on the team, from the goalkeeper to the striker, has to take risks if they are to be successful.” He said.

However, taking the risk that the Portuguese player meant did not mean that MU players could play carelessly. He thinks that taking risks is knowing when to play calmly and play straight.

“To be successful they have to know the right time. They have to know when to be calm, but they also have to know when to take risks when things are not right.” he said.

Manchester United itself is currently ranked 10th in the Premier League standings. Their performance at the start of this season is doubtful, only grabbing 13 points from eight matches that have taken place.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops just won a victory over Istanbul Basaksehir in the European Champions League in midweek. Next, they will visit Southampton headquarters in the Premier League continued.

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