Paul Ince Labels Alexis Sánchez A ‘Disgrace’ After Poor Performances

Paul Ince Labels Alexis Sánchez A ‘Disgrace’ After Poor Performances
Feb 14, 2019

Manchester United News

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince has labelled Alexis Sánchez a disgrace following his below-average career at Old Trafford so far.

Ince, who was slammed by United fans for his comments on Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s impact after insisting he could have replicated the Norwegian’s entrance, may have given fans a reason to agree with him on this occasion after Sánchez’s consistent run of poor performances.

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Sánchez was bought on just before half-time against Paris Saint-Germain following an injury to Jesse Lingard, however, had absolutely zero impact and is also said to have injured himself before coming on after colliding with a linesman, according to the Daily Mail.

Now, Ince has called out United’s number seven, believing the Chilean has to be doing more to justify the high-wages he’s on, reportedly around the £500,000 mark. Writing for Paddy Power, Ince said: “The way Alexis Sánchez is playing at the moment is nothing short of a disgrace. His performances are a joke for the wage he gets.”

“I wouldn’t begrudge his high wage, either, if I thought that he was truly putting his all in and playing well, but when you give someone that kind of money you expect a lot more. The fans deserve better, Ole [Solskjaer] deserves better, and so do the rest of his team.”

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“Maybe he has the hump because he’s not in the starting XI, but that’s hardly a surprise! He’s been hopeless, completely all over the place. There has to be a decision made about his future at Old Trafford because it’s not working.”

“This is the dilemma when you keep sacking managers, players the previous boss brought in on high wages are impossible to get rid of, so you have to try and make them work in your team. He’s a million miles away from being at his best, he looks like a completely different player.”

 

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