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‘No passion, no emotion’ – Man Utd likened to Hodgson’s Liverpool

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The current Manchester United side have drawn comparisons to Liverpool under Roy Hodgson from former Reds’ defender Jamie Carragher.

Writing in his column in the Telegraph (via the Mirror), the former Liverpool man said: “What might worry United supporters now is when watching their side over the last few weeks, they remind me of Liverpool under Roy Hodgson.

Hodgson spent just six months in charge at Liverpool, struggling to make the step up from former side Fulham.

United themselves have struggled so far this season, sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a run of shocking defeats, replacing him with German manager Ralf Rangnick on an interim deal.

That damns them as much as the coach who cannot see a way in which to put his plan A into action.” The pundit also claimed: “This criticism is deserved because when you look at the talent available in the United squad, they should be playing a more entertaining and energetic brand of football.”

Now, pundit Carragher has claimed that United side remind him of the side he played at Anfield under Hodgson.

“There is nothing about them; no passion, no emotion; every game seems flat; they lack energy and fluidity; the players are visibly not enjoying their football.
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