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Harry Redknapp Says This Is The Worst Manchester United Team In Premier League History

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Harry Redknapp Says This Is The Worst Manchester United Team In Premier League History

Harry Redknapp added his name to the growling list of pundits saying the current Manchester United side is the worst in Premier League history, and doubt their top six credentials.

Another weeknd and another embarrassing result for United. The latest, a 2-0 loss to West Ham, has led to a lot of criticism of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team and understandably so.

Harry Redknapp is the latest to add his name to a growing list of pundits sticking the boot in with the former Spurs manager doubting the Red Devils' chances of finishing in the top six and naming this team the worst in their Premier League history.

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With no Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial or Luke Shaw available Solskjaer's threadbare squad was once again exposed at the London Stadium and a lack of options off the bench didn't help to turn the game around.

The manager had to use Jesse Lingard, without an assist or goal since December, and Angel Gomes, making just his sixth ever United appearance at the age of 19, to try and start a comeback.

Having let Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez leave in the summer, without any replacements being brought in, there is little room for maneuver for Solskjaer.

Harry Maguire trying not to watch United's performance, fans will relate. Image: PA Images
Harry Maguire trying not to watch United's performance, fans will relate. Image: PA Images
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Speaking on Sky Sports after the loss, Graeme Souness started the chat about this being United's worst side, saying, "I would say this is the worst group United have had since the Premier League started.

"I grew up with United being an institution with experienced players. United are starting with a 22-year-old in Rashford and the next biggest threat is James.

"I think United find themselves in a very difficult place. From the minute Fergie left, the problems have compounded."

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The 13 times Premier League winners, who haven't won the title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, started their season with a 4-0 win over Chelsea but things haven't gone well since.

They beat Leicester City last week but have drawn two and lost two and even their win in the Europa League against Astana FC wasn't a convincing performance.

Where will United finish this season?

Topics: Manchester City, Spurs, Liverpool, Football News, Leicester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Premier League, West Ham, Arsenal, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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