Usain Bolt: I’m not happy with Man United

By Isoccer Staff

Big Manchester United fan Usain Bolt is rather unimpressed by the lack of entertaining football at Old Trafford this season.

The vast majority of Red Devils fans have become increasingly exasperated with the dull displays the team have put in for large parts of the season.

They have created just 219 chances in the Premier League – which to put into perspective is well over a hundred fewer than Manchester City, who have created 346.

It is a far cry away from the exciting football the supporters witnessed under Sir Alex Ferguson for much of the past 25 years and the six-time Olympic gold medalist is just as frustrated as anyone associated with the club.

Speaking to Eurosport, Bolt said: “As a Manchester United fan, we are used to watching attacking, entertaining, winning football.”

“We haven’t seen much of either this season.”

Louis van Gaal’s days look increasingly numbered in Manchester with the club currently fifth in the league and a sizeable six points behind Man City who are fourth.

The Red Devils are again in the midst of a very poor run of form; having lost to Premier League strugglers Sunderland last weekend before putting a dismal display midweek in the Europa League against FC Midtjylland, losing 2-1.

According to the Manchester Evening News, Jose Mourinho has a ‘gentlemen’s agreement’ in place to succeed Louis van Gaal as the United boss and this may come sooner rather than later should results not pick up for the Dutchman.

Mourinho also has a reputation for playing pragmatic football, but he has won titles at every club he has managed and may be the perfect short-term fix for the Red Devils.

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