Manchester – Since the start of the Premier League this season, Manchester United have been playing with the formation of different players. No wonder, if it is more than 20 players they use so far.
In the first game seven in the Premier League this season, the ‘Red Devils‘ record is already using 30 players. Some of these include the debutants who came from the academy like Jesse Lingard, Tyler Blackett, Paddy McNair, until Tom Thorpe.
Beyond that, United have also been recast in the middle of the road team. The players like Javier Hernandez, Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley, who had played in a few games, now is not in the club. Hernandez and Cleverley on loan, while Welbeck dilego.
There are several factors that make the United manager, Louis van Gaal, use as many players as it is in just 30 games. In addition to buying and selling of players in the middle of the road, there are also factors that haunt injury.
United players alternately in and out of the treatment room. This problem most players overrides last up to a point Van Gaal pure central defender is out of stock. This is what makes the young central defender like McNair (19 years) and Blackett (20 years) eventually rise to the first team.
However, ahead of a meeting with West Bromwich Albion in the eighth week, Monday (20/10), Van Gaal get good news.
“I’m glad there are no players who returned with injuries from the international matches. Now, there lived four injured players in our team,” said the manager of Dutch club’s official website.