Gordon McQueen insists Manchester United have not been good enough this season as they’ve dropped vital points over the course of the campaign under Jose Mourinho.
The Old Trafford side drew 0-0 to West Bromwich Albion as the players failed to take their chances once again in a game they had dominated throughout.
Man United now sit four points behind fourth-placed Manchester City in the Premier League table as their aims for a Champions League qualification have only gotten harder.
Speaking after the game, McQueen claims the side just haven’t been able to keep up their consistency.
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It’s disappointing because Man United deserved to leave Old Trafford with all three points, but as they were punished as they failed to remain clinical in front of goal, missing key chances which would have seen them pull ahead.
Mourinho claimed that if United continue to drop points in the Premier League then he will start to prioritise the Europa League draw as the club’s main route back into the Champions League.
And to be fair, the chances of winning the Europa League do seem more likely as the squad have failed to close the gap on the top four and have just drifted further behind in the Premier League.