Reviews Rio Ferdinand reprimands Maguire and Lindelöf: "Not good enough for big titles"
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club legend Rio Ferdinand criticizes the current central defense and thinks it is not good enough when it comes to the big titles. Paul Scholes does not find quite so clear words, but seems to think similarly.
Even the 5-0 home win in the Champions League againstcould not dissuade Rio Ferdinand, a club legend at Manchester United, from criticizing his club slightly. Despite the clear success on Wednesday evening and the box against , which was also kept clean last weekend, Ferdinand was targeting the central defender duo Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelöf.
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Since the embarrassing 1: 6 against Tottenham, in which Maguire played alongside Eric Bailly, the two have formed the center of the defense in three of the four games (there was one back three) and only allowed one goal. Even so, Ferdinand said on BT Sport (via DailyMail), "Is it good enough? I would probably say no if you're trying to win the big competitions."
"I see moments in games in which they are open. They are physically dominated at times, especially when it comes to speed, especially when their coverage is not what you would expect," Ferdinand continued. "If you're on the middle line and you're playing one-on-one or two-on-two, I'm scared to death in this situation." Only if the circumstances around them were right do they "look like a decent couple".
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Scholes: "You should be okay in one against one"
In addition to Ferdinand, another United legend commented on the situation around the defense of the Red Devils: Paul Scholes. The former midfielder believes Lindelöf and Maguire would look better with support from their front men and appears to agree with Ferdinand's point of view, given the right circumstances. They would have had "a bit of coverage" the last time Fred and Scott McTominay played in front of them. "Not everyone needs that."
"You are a defender for a reason," said Scholes, "you should be okay at one-on-one." The additional help from midfield could come at the expense of the attack, which it recently did: "Fred and McTominay made them look better and they prefer that."
Both club legends would probably have nothing against the signing of United's dream player Dayot Upamecano sooner or later - even if he certainly didn't have his best evening on Wednesday at Old Trafford.
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