Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team is a more realistic challenger than Mourinho’s, Gary Neville has said. He recently revealed that doing 20 away games unbeaten is highly commendable because it is a tough thing to do.
According to him, teams with good character and personality always have a good away record in the EPL, and he wants the players to keep up the good performance outside Old Trafford.
He added that MUFC are going in the right direction, and whether they end up doing great things or not is a matter for the future.
His words, “To actually go 20 games away from home needs applauding because it’s hard to do that,”
“What do you use to demonstrate teams that have got good character and personality? They’re good away from home, they’re good on set pieces, they look like they want to play with each other.
“That’s why I think this Manchester United team is better suited than the one from two or three years ago under Jose Mourinho that finished second.
“I actually feel there’s a better spirit. I think they’ve got a far better chance of winning the league in the next two or three years than they were under Jose a couple of years ago.”
“I thought it was a strange bunch of lads, they just didn’t seem to like each other. They didn’t really appeal to me as a fan.”
“I think they’re going in the right direction. Whether they get there or not, that’s another matter; we’ll know in the future, but they’re certainly going in the right direction.”
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