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The remarkable impact Bruno Fernandes has had at Old Trafford offers an intriguing re-analysis of what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is building at Manchester United- According lớn the soccer tips page!

The tactical plan hasn’t changed at all. United are still pretty aimless, still lacking any semblance of detailed coaching or prepared attacking moves, but simply by adding creativity and intelligent movement to midfield Fernandes has triggered a dramatic upturn in the club’s performances, helping them to 11 points from soccer tips of the day
The upshot is that perhaps the fine-tuning of team shape and creative structure – the like seen at Liverpool or Man City – isn’t as necessary as it first seemed.

The alarming scale of the financial disparity in the Premier League means a club of United’s stature could soon enter a phase of flat-track bullying, building a superstar first 11 that can easily beat the mid-table clubs on sheer quality without the need for a real tactical plan. The individualism of Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid is a model United could follow.
As unlikely as it sounds, maybe Solskjaer’s uncanny ability lớn win the ‘Big Six’ head-to-heads – and his strong defensive organisation – means United will be title-challengers once they have a few more elite players in their ranks who can overcome the tactical void in the majority of their game.
And so what United need lớn look for this summer are true individualists; line-breaking attackers who can unlock a deep-lying opposition defence without managerial instruction, who can beat a man and create space on their own, and who can contribute with moments of magic that secure three points even without an obvious battle plan.
In other words: they should buy Jack Grealish.

At the risk of sounding glibly spiritual, the truly great players have an aura, particularly when watched in the flesh. It’s something about the effortless grace of their touches, the swagger of genius, the caressing of a football that makes them look taller, broader chested, than anyone else. The ball sounds different coming off their foot, a gentler noise, while passes are threaded at such implausible angles that flat-footed defenders make it look as though time has stood still.
These things often get lost in translation to the tivi screen, their energy unable to survive the filter of the lens. They are signs of a generational talent. Awe is a common response, but not as much as laughter, so incredulous is their talent up close. In the Premier League, Gareth Bale had it. Eden Hazard had it, and Kevin de Bruyne too.
Grealish has it.
The Aston Villa captain is a remarkable footballer, excelling despite being burdened with carrying a relegation candidate on his shoulders, averaging more key passes per game (2.7) than any other player in the Premier League bar De Bruyne. He is the beating heart of the side, time and again running at defenders, dribbling past them, winning fouls, and creating chances.
Even with Fernandes in the team, what United most lack is a playmaker with guile to come inside off the flanks (where Solskjaer currently only has pure pace wingers) and slip through balls into the forwards. This is Grealish’s main specialty, and given United’s propensity to attack down the left he could carve teams open to feed Anthony Martial or Marcus Rashford.