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Fans Can Only Laugh at ‘Slow’ Manchester United Team v Swansea

Fans Can Only Laugh at ‘Slow’ Manchester United Team v Swansea

Manchester United fans can’t believe how slow their team is to play against Swansea this afternoon.

Jose Mourinho has made a number of changes for his side’s trip to the Liberty Stadium, with six players coming in to the team.

You imagine the Portuguese boss has decided to make those changes after the disappointing United performance away at Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday night.

United lost that game 2-1 and were second best for much of the night to their Turkish opponents – so Daley Blind, Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Morgan Schneiderlin, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have all dropped out for today’s game.

Changes

Among the players taking their place, Ashley Young is set for a full-back role, while Phil Jones looks likely to play at centre back. In midfield, Michael Carrick is involved, while Wayne Rooney could appear off one of the wings:

It’s hard to see where the pace is going to come from in that United team – and fans aren’t happy about that:

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Manchester United fans – what’s your reaction to that team?

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