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Things Manchester United Should Do To Get Back To Winning Ways {Opinion}

Manchester United have struggled in recent months as a result of their poor performance at all levels of the game across the board. Currently, Manchester United are in sixth place in the English Premier League, three points behind the league's leading team Arsenal. However, Manchester United must take certain steps in order to get back on track.

They need to strengthen their defensive line.

Most of Manchester United's goals have been conceded as a result of poor defensive tactics on the part of the Red Devils. Goals have been scored as a result of blunders by Harry Maguire. The red devils should sign a center defender who is capable of defending against opposing forwards in order to strengthen their defense.

Stop reling solely on Cristiano Ronaldo.

While Christiano Ronaldo is unquestionably the greatest player in the history of the game, there comes a point when it is necessary to examine young and rising players who are capable of performing admirably. Manchester United already has all of the players essential to win games; all they need to do now is give them the opportunity to play.

Introduce a new coach to the team

Though it is not an easy procedure, it is sometimes necessary to sacrifice a coach in order to better things. Coaches deploy a variety of techniques, and your ability to succeed is determined by how well you play your cards. Manchester United should fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and bring in a new coach to take over from him.

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