Man Utd must end the season with a bang, says Phil Neville

Manchester United coach Phil Neville believes there is an outside chance the Red Devils can finish in the top four

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Manchester United manager David Moyes

Phil Neville has called on Manchester United to finish a disappointing season with “a bang”.

The Red Devils are languishing in seventh place and 10 points behind fourth-placed Arsenal after struggling to defend their Premier League title.

It means we need to win five out of five and finish the season with a bang

Phil Neville

David Moyes’s men have shown signs of improvement in recent weeks, winning three of their last four top-flight games.

And United coach Neville wants the Red Devils to finish the season in style, starting with victory over fourth-place rivals Everton on Sunday.

“They have got a tough run and it starts against us on Sunday,” Neville told United’s website.

“They have got Southampton away and Manchester City at home. We believe we can win all our matches and all we can control is our own destiny.

“It means we need to win five out of five and finish the season with a bang.

“We’ve not consistently produced throughout the rest of the season so that’s the aim and the challenge we have set the players.

“They’re in good form, are all bubbly, and have had a good week’s training. They are all looking forward to the game on Sunday.”

He added: “”We’ve not had a lot of positivity this season.

“It will be important to go into the summer to send our fans home, the players and the manager home with the knowledge we’ve finished the season strongly. That’s the aim and the challenge.”

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