Opinion: Manchester United didn’t deserve the Top Four

HUDDERSFIELD, ENGLAND - MAY 05: Juan Mata and Scott McTominay of Manchester United react after the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Manchester United at John Smith's Stadium on May 05, 2019 in Huddersfield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Even though they had some good moments throughout the season, we give you our reasons why Manchester United didn’t deserve the Top Four.

With their Sunday draw at Huddersfield Town, Manchester United completely missed on the minor opportunity of reaching the Top Four.

The Red Devils really struggled to find the best version of themselves throughout the whole season and finished with Europa League activity as a result.

It all started with a contentious relationship between manager Jose Mourinho and his players, things only went downhill from there.

Only Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arrival changed the general feeling amongst the players but they soon went back to the same lethargic state.

The players who were considered the leaders of this squad never really responded, Paul Pogba is the one that left the fans fuming due to his behavior.

The French midfielder is expected to leave the club by the end of the season and continue his career at Real Madrid with Zinedine Zidane.

Very few of the fans actually want Pogba to stay at the club and most of them consider him a cancer to the institution.

Despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s constant repeatings of Pogba staying at the club, we truly believe that the player no longer wants to stay.

There were moments during the season in which he responded well to the challenge but mostly he didn’t.

Top Four chances have vanished.

The Manchester United manager was fuming after the Red Devils didn’t get past the draw at Huddersfield town, his press conference revealed how angry he was.

In fact, he was so mad that he even decided to rule out any title talk for next season because he doubts the players are ready for that challenge.

Manchester United is currently in shambles and they need to get a whole new attitude by the start of next season, Solskjaer has a lot of work to do if he wants to motivate his players again.

The general consensus is that the Manchester United board perhaps acted too quickly on the manager’s new permanent contract, they feel he got too distracted after that.

However, we wholeheartedly believe that this is not Ole’s fault.

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Jose Mourinho had a good idea if the squad he was coaching, many of the Red Devils let down the institution this season and completely missed out on that Top Four spot.

They will have to settle with playing the Europa League, they will also have to settle with signing players who are not on a higher level of performance.

The only way out of this mess if going forward.

With all the Manchester United fans completely heartbroken, there is only one way in which the club can get out of this hot mess.

It’s been established that the players are the ones to blame for this terrible season, they don’t deserve to play the next Champions League.

This should be regarded as a life lesson in which the whole institution can learn from its mistakes.

The first step after recognizing that they are doing many things wrong is to start looking at the best way to improve the squad.

We obviously know that this club has a lot of power in European football, which is a great opportunity to flex its muscles during the transfer market.

Regardless of how few players actually want to play at the club next season, the Red Devils need to find the proper amount of names that can help the team out.

They also have to either get completely rid of Paul Pogba or tell him to get a grip on his own contract, agent Mino Raiola has controlled him for too long already.

Europa League will be okay for this club to get a little humbled, better days are coming for Manchester United.

How would you describe Manchester United’s performance this season? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.

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