Treble winner Teddy Sheringham feels Manchester United are the architects of their own downfall as baffling decisions have led to ‘uncertainty’ this season.The Red Devils went into the campaign looking to close the gap on rivals and champions Manchester City. But, after an encouraging start, things tailed off and any thought of a title challenge was soon out of the window. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked, with Ralf Rangnick eventually brought in as an interim manager.
That was following Michael Carrick’s three-game stint as caretaker boss. It means that the Old Trafford outfit have had three managers this term, with a fourth set to arrive in the summer.
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