Schmeichel Criticizes Man United's Midfield Trio: Fernandes, McTominay, and Amrabat Under Scrutiny

Peter Schmeichel criticizes Manchester United's midfield trio—Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay, and Sofyan Amrabat.

Points out the lack of clarity in their roles, with some pressing and others not, resulting in a disjointed midfield.

Schmeichel highlights the imbalance in speed, particularly in the midfield and attacking areas.

Schmeichel describes the team's organization as having "two linear lines," emphasizing the disconnected structure between defenders and front players, creating vulnerability in the team's overall play.

Schmeichel expresses concern about the trio's inability to work cohesively, particularly in a crucial match where a win was essential.

Schmeichel stresses the need for a different midfield strategy against Liverpool to avoid a repeat of the Bayern defeat.

Advocates for the inclusion of Kobbie Mainoo, emphasizing the risk but acknowledging the teenager's composure and potential impact.

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