Noel Gallagher picks Prem manager as next Man Utd boss to ‘lower expectations’

Rock and roll icon Noel Gallagher has suggested Manchester United should hire current Brentford boss Thomas Frank to 'lower expectations'.

United have had a slow start to the season under Erik ten Hag, and they are currently sixth in the Premier League with a negative goal difference. In Europe, it's even worse news as they prop up their Champions League group following a loss to FC Copenhagen.

Gallagher, who is one half of Oasis, is a huge Manchester City fan, but speaking on talkSPORT he offered his local rivals some advice. He said: "United, for me, would need to get some people to lower the expectations in the short-term.

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"Somebody like Thomas Frank to reshape that club properly from the bottom up. There will always be this 'we can afford to buy a Paul Pogba so let's buy him to appease the fans and they'll shut up for six weeks.'

"You've come full circle, United is now like it was before Sir Alex Ferguson. I remember United before Ferguson and they were a decent cup team and that was it.

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"He came in and galvanised the whole thing, that's what United need now."

The Red Devils beat Luton over the weekend, but it was another unconvincing performance from Ten Hag's men.

However, Gallagher did add that sacking Ten Hag might not be the solution as their problems "come from the top" as he claimed the Glazers "don't love the club" and they need to employ "real football people" to take the Red Devils in the right direction.

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