10 Guy United First Crew Gamers Who Are Just Not Good Adequate

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Alex Buttner Chris Smalling Man UnitedDavid Moyes is not the only one to blame for shockingly poor season for the Old Trafford side.

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Phil Jones Manchester United

Phil Jones

No faulting the England man for effort and determination however the 22 year old possesses little in the way of common sense, positional awareness or skill of any sort.

An average player who doesn’t deserve a regular spot in a side that wants to be challenging for major honours.

Alexander Buttner Man United

Alexander Buttner

Back-up left-back has recently been afforded the opportunity to impress but he simply isn’t good enough. The fact that the 25 year old has never been capped by the Dutch national team pretty much tells it’s own story.

Ashley Young Man United

Ashley Young

Winger is woeful. The former Aston Villa rarely makes a telling contribution and his record of three goals and five assists in 55 appearances over the past two seasons shows just how little he offers in the final third, apart that is from an amusing dive or two.

Shinji Kagawa Man United

Shinji Kagawa

Yes David Moyes has often used the Japanese international in the wrong position and yes the former Borussia Dortmund man has genuine ability but he so rarely shows what he is capable of. Very much a luxury player not least as he never tracks back and leaves the full-back behind him exposes time and time again.

Nani Man United

Nani

Quite why the Portuguese international is still at the club is anyone’s guess. One imagines that his current wage is far beyond any that he has been offered elsewhere and Man United may be stubbornly waiting for the ‘right’ offer that may never come…

Chris Smalling Manchester United

Chris Smalling

When used at right-back the youngster looks like a fish out of water and when at the centre of defence he doesn’t look much better. An average performer at best and a player who far too often makes the wrong decision.

Antonio Valencia Man United

Luis Antonio Valencia

Rarely scores and struggles to produce a decent cross one has to wonder what the Ecuadorian offers. Yes he has a great engine but there’s only so much endless running without an end product one can stand. His penchant for drilling in the ball aimlessly at ankle height into the box must drive the Old Trafford faithful nuts.

Rafael Man United

Rafael

Erratic and naive the Brazilian can no longer age as an excuse for his inconsistent displays and now into his sixth season at Old Trafford and arguably is no better a player than he was in his first.

Tom Cleverley Man United

Tom Cleverley

David Moyes can defender him all he likes but there’s no getting away from it, Tom Cleverley simply isn’t a very good player, in fact this term he’s been turgid.

Marouane Fellaini Manchester United

Marouane Fellaini

A player who offered a great deal in the final third whilst at Everton, a player who caused opposition defences all sorts of headaches, a player a number of clubs courted last summer. Since moving to Old Trafford he has then proceeded to use the Belgian in a holding role that has made the big midfielder look like he hasn’t got a clue. David Moyes, tactical genius.

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