Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes does not believe his old club have the quality up front to be a force in Europe this season.
Scholes drew criticism from United manager Louis van Gaal in October when he described United as boring but the former Red Devils player did not see enough in the 0-0 draw with PSV Eindhoven to change his mind.
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The draw left United second in Group B with a tricky final game away to leaders Wolfsburg.
Scholes told BT Sport Europe: "We keep saying defensively...
Take yourself back to when Louis van Gaal was appointed Manchester United manager in the summer of 2014, following the painful and pathetic reign of David Moyes.
There were hopes and dreams and a belief Manchester United might play entertaining football again. Or, at the very least, not be a laughing stock. Videos circulated with images of Van Gaal prowling the touchline, cajoling players. He reenacted a kung fu kick on the sidelines during a European Cup final, for goodness sake. He was, seemingly,...