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JOSE MOHRINHO Fails Due To Bad Choices

Manchester United welcomed Jose Mohrinho this season to their camp and with that great hope for improvement at least from the slumber   kept down from David Moyes and Luis Van Gaal, who in three weren't able to make a major trophy or make heads in any European competition.

Jose Mohrinho came in with grand style making great changes to the team and signing players who he thinks are relevant if progress is to be achieved this season. Mohrinho not only came for the League he also came to prove his critics wrong concerning his last season at Chelsea.

Now so far, we have noticed a lot of changes and the team has won three out of four matches this season but since those three matches, it's been hell for Manchester United, first losing in the Manchester Derby and again in the Europa League Group Stage fixture due to lack of quality in player choices.

The game between Feyenoord and Manchester United was a slap to Jose Mohrinho because, he didn't only underrated them, he also dropped some players and letting some key players go in as substitute,dropping the likes of Mkhitaryan, Phil Jones and Rooney due to bad performance at the Manchester Derby but forgetting that it was a bigger opposition they had last weekend and shouldn't let their failure in the past soil their future.

Jose Mohrinho should, if he really hopes to make a difference this season make more use of techniques not power in his player selection, the match against Manchester City was a flop on their side because the Pep Guardiola side made use of flexibility in his player selection and apart from Pogba who should be present, Mata would have been a good choice in a match like that.

But against Feyenoord, Rooney and Mkhitaryan in the team would have made a good difference to the Europa League Squad yesterday but both were dropped by him, and the result, they lost and remain for now at the bottom of that group but there is still hope for the team as there is still five more matches to make a point

This been now eight consecutive away trips on the continent without a victory for a club which professes that it's natural habitat is in fact the Champions League and not its poorer sibling.

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