No matter how good the player, or how perfect the match, signing’s wont turn Manchester United’s season around.
For me, the only thing that David Moyes should be addressing right now is the tactics he is deploying each game.
United have had very little going forward this season; they have been slow attacking, allowing team’s back into position, making it very hard to break opponents down.
This is the vital change under new manager Moyes as when Sir Alex Ferguson was in control it was very much based around pace down the wings, and dangerous poacher’s in the box.
The Red Devil’s simply don’t have enough tiki-taka players to break down a team with everyone behind the bal. What they do have though is dangerous wingers, and brilliant box strikers.
So how should Moyes fix this?
United need to change to two out and out striker’s, with Wayne Rooney playing as an attacking midfielder, leaving two winger’s and a sitting midfielders. This will also tighten up the defence, as team’s will be more afraid to press forward for fear of being exposed at the back.
Not only this, but United don’t have a position they need to strengthen, the only reason many think they need to sign player’s is because the squad isn't currently playing to its full potential.
To conclude, while United have been way bellow par this year, signings are not he key.
The way United can get their season back on track is a change in shape, and a boost in confidence, showing that they still have the potential to make an impact on not only on the Premier League, but also in the other competitions as well.
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