Watch US TV pundits perfectly explain what’s wrong with Man Utd

THE perfect explanation for Manchester United's recent woes has come from an unlikely source – a US TV pundit.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United once again missed out on the top four with an horrific draw against Huddersfield at the weekend.

After a hot start to life as interim boss, Solskjaer's United have suffered a barely believable nosedive since he took the permanent job.

The Red Devils are currently on a run of just two wins in 11 matches – with the latest setback a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield, the team rock bottom of the Premier League.

US pundit Kyle Martino doesn't blame the constant change of bosses – instead claiming chief executive Ed Woodward is the reason for the recent failures.

Martino said: "Now Sir Alex Ferguson has gone, we're on our fourth rebuild with Manchester United.

"A billion dollars spent, it's like we're trying to build a mansion… you have endless funds and you get your financial adviser to do it, instead of hiring an architect.

"Every time you build it, you have to level it to the ground and do it again.


Martino, who played for Columbus Crew and LA Galaxy during his career, continued: "Ed Woodward… the fact that we know him – one of the most famous chief execs in the world – is a bad thing.

"This is a guy who should not be building this club, in terms of what we see on the field and who manages it.

"He's a wonderful, bright man in terms of turning a club into something you can monetise.

"But they need someone who understands how to make this club competitive again."

The comments from the eight-capped ex-US international have come in for huge praise on social media, with one surprised Twitter user saying: "Even the yanks know what's going on."


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Another claimed: "Proper embarrassing this club of ours."

A third added: "This is bang on the money."

After dropping yet more points against Huddersfield, United now sit four points adrift of the top four with just a game to play to cap off another massively sub-par season.

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