Why Manchester United Will Have a Different Formation Next Season

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Why Manchester United Will Have a Different Formation Next Season
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The United we see next year, will be a quite different one, I suspect.

Giggs and Scholes will still be in the squad, but on the outskirts no doubt. Players like Jones and Young will be in their second year at the club, hoping to build on decent but inconsistent performances this season.

Rooney will be 27, coming into hopefully the prime of his career, while youth team players like Paul Pogba will feasibly stay.

But for me the biggest change, if my analysis is right, is the introduction of a new second formation for the big domestic games and Champions League games. Something that United have not done since Carlos Queiroz left in 2008. 

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