Man United told to fix 'big problem' amid 'terrible' claim - pundit
Man United have not fixed the problems that blighted them at the start of the season.
That’s according to former Leeds United stopper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the Red Devils’ most recent result.
Man United fell to a 1-0 defeat against Real Sociedad in the first Europa League game of the season (8 September).
This came after a four-game winning streak in the Premier League including a 3-1 win over a then-unbeaten Arsenal side on 4 September.
The Red Devils were heavily criticised for losing their first two games of the new campaign and Kenny claims those issues have not gone away.
“Yeah, terrible result for them,” Kenny told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
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“it just goes to show that everything isn’t fixed overnight. They still have those big problems that they had at the start of the season.
“They do seem to have turned it around in the Premier League and they will take confidence from that Arsenal result.
“That being said, it will be a blow to lose that game in Europe. They need a strong run in the Europa League.
“Of course, winning that gives them Champions League football next season so maybe it is something they are prioritising.
“So if they are wanting to do well there it is a pretty bad start in a competition that is really, really important to them.”
Man United are next in action against Sheriff on Thursday (15 September).
Their Premier League clash against Leeds United, scheduled for this weekend, has been postponed.