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Goalkeepers often bear the brunt of criticism when things don’t go as planned. This season, Manchester United has seen its share of struggles in the net, largely thanks to their summer acquisition, Andre Onana. As the Red Devils aim to regain their former glory, questions arise about whether it’s time for a change between the goalposts.
Manchester United recently won a game thanks to Scott McTominay, but they didn’t play very well. Some players, like Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire, often get blamed when the team doesn’t do well. But now, some new players, like Lisandro Martinez and Rasmus Højlund, are also getting criticized.
Lisandro Martinez came to Manchester United with the new coach, Erik ten Hag, from a team called Ajax. People are upset with him because he made some mistakes in defense, and that’s similar to how people often criticize Harry Maguire.
Another new player, Rasmus Højlund, cost a lot of money, £64 million. He hasn’t scored many goals in the Premier League, but he’s done better in the Champions League.
But the biggest problem for Manchester United is their goalkeeper, Andre Onana, who joined this summer. He’s let in 19 goals in just 11 games, and he’s made some funny mistakes, which make people laugh. Some people even call him a “comedic liability.”
Seven of the goals he let in were in the Champions League, where Manchester United lost to Bayern Munich and Galatasaray. This makes people wonder if it’s time to change the goalkeeper. There’s another goalkeeper, Altay Bayındır, who’s been waiting for his turn. He’s from Turkey, and he’s 6 feet 6 inches tall!
Altay Bayındır hasn’t played in a game yet, even though he’s been at Manchester United since the summer. But maybe, during the long break when there are no games, the coach Erik ten Hag will think about trying him in the goal.A former player, Garth Crooks, said that when a goalkeeper makes mistakes all the time, it’s very hard for the team to win games. So now people are wondering if Altay Bayındır, the really tall goalkeeper, will get a chance to replace Andre Onana.
Manchester United’s goalkeeping predicament presents a dilemma for the club’s coaching staff. While Onana has shown moments of quality, his inconsistency and costly errors have raised concerns. With Altay Bayındır waiting in the wings, it might be time for a fresh face between the goalposts to provide the stability that Manchester United desperately needs. As the season progresses; all eyes will be on the decisions made by Erik ten Hag and the impact they have on the team’s fortunes.
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