Solskjær’s United still can’t beat the best sides … but that might not matter | Jonathan Wilson

The 0-0 draw at Anfield on Sunday again showcased the limitations of the Manchester United manager yet they are still very much in the title race

What does it mean? What does any of it mean? Manchester United’s 0-0 draw at Liverpool on Sunday means they remain top of the Premier League table one game before they reach their halfway point, but they’ve now played each of the other Big Six sides, plus Leicester whose consistency over the past five years perhaps affords them associate membership of that group, and they haven’t beaten any of them. Is that a title challenge? Perhaps it is, but it wouldn’t be in anything resembling a normal season.

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