Neville hints that Zidane would get best out of Man Utd

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Neville hints that Zidane would get best out of Man Utd

Gary Neville says he has seen Zinedine Zidane and Vicente del Bosque achieve success at Real Madrid with a similar side to Man Utd.

There were some criticisms of the Red Devils’ starting line-up in with Paul Pogba, Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood and Cristiano Ronaldo all in the same team.

It was suggested on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football by Neville and Jamie Carragher that Man Utd have too many players who aren’t working hard enough.



Speaking alongside Neville, Carragher also said that by playing Pogba in central midfield it leaves Man Utd vulnerable.

And Neville reckons the Red Devils currently have a dressing room with “six grenades” in and he claimed only very few managers, Zidane being one of them, can create success with such a squad.

“There is a lot of emotion on Manchester United over the past 48 hours, and rightly so – the performances have not been right this season, nowhere near good enough for the players in that squad,” Neville told Sky Sports on Monday night.

“That is causing massive problems for the manager at this moment in time. They’ve got six grenades where the pins have been pulled out in the dressing room.

“That can work. I’ve seen Vicente del Bosque do it at Real Madrid and Zinedine Zidane, where you have a collection of great players that win games in the moment. PSG are like it at the moment under Mauricio Pochettino – they aren’t really a Pochettino team. He’s got great players and big names.

“Ole has got a bit of that now. Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani, Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire. Massive characters in the dressing room.

“Maguire is probably looking at Raphael Varane thinking whether he is still the top dog, because Varane is a Champions League winner. You’ve got the dynamic of Cavani sat on the bench after begging him to stay another year, with Ronaldo, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood all playing ahead of him.

“You’ve also got Jadon Sancho, who has been chased all over Europe for the last two years and he’s now looking like he’s in and out. You have all these issues. Ole somehow has to bring that group together and find a basic, simple way of playing defensively where the players buy into it. And allow the talented players to win the game for him.”

 

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‘He brought the fire’ – Sambi hails Lacazette impact vs Palace

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‘He brought the fire’ – Sambi hails Lacazette impact vs Palace

Albert Sambi Lokonga has praised Alexandre Lacazette for the impact he brought off the bench as Arsenal drew 2-2 against Crystal Palace on Monday evening.

The French striker was introduced by Mikel Arteta after 67 minutes with the score level at 1-1. He instantly revved the crowd noise up by passionately gesturing towards the fans.

He then scored an equaliser deep into injury time to rescue a draw for the Gunners.



And Lokonga felt the 30-year-old showed the spirit the rest of the team required to come back and earn a share of the spoils.

“I think Lacazette did well today,” he said.

“He backed me, he backed the team. I think when we come on we have to bring this mentality that Lacazette did.

“I think he brought fire when he came on and that’s what we need to try to do every time somebody comes on.”

Lokonga had replaced the injured at half-time and was at fault for Palace’s second goal – losing the ball in midfield before Edouard fired the visitors ahead.

Thomas Partey had already made the error which led to Benteke’s strike and the Belgium youngster was unhappy with the way let their lead slip.

“I think they (the goals) are from two mistakes, one of them mine as well,” Lokonga said.

“It is an area where I cannot lose the ball, so it is difficult to speak about the goals when I made a mistake.

“It is difficult to say that we started the game well because we only had the goal. I think after that we relaxed too much because we had to look for the second goal, we had to put more pressure on them and we didn’t.

“I want to play the next game as quick as possible. When you play a game like this, you are hungry inside because I made a mistake. I want to play the next game as quick as possible to change everything.”

 

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