Why Man United should not celebrate form yet


Man United have enjoyed good runs of results in their fixtures, especially with the restart of the Premier League.

They are yet to suffer any defeat in about 16 games across all competition and the goal margins in recent games have spoken volumes.

Suggestions by Gary Neville, a former player is that they have enjoyed good fixtures that have come with no real challenge.

According to Neville, the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer team will need to play one of the top teams like Liverpool and Man City to be sure they are now at their best.

While noting that his former team have been comfortable, Neville is happy the Red Devils will face a test from Leicester City who are ahead of them. According to him, The Foxes have done well this season to deserve where they are and they will give United a good test.

Neville is, therefore, optimistic that the Red Devils will finish in the top four should they continue with their fine form by winning their remaining games left in the season.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils stand the chance of facing a real test in the competitions aside the EPL to prove their supposed quality in coming weeks.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.