The scandals at Manchester United continue at the start of the season. As if those weren’t enough of the non-sporting scandals: Maguire, Antony and Jadon Sancho The sporting results are far below the expectations of the “Red Devils”. Nine points remained on the way in these first five games of Premier League.
Criticism of the players and technical staff is already underway. When the game between them against Brigthon ended and they lost 3-1 at Old Trafford, the critical voices were not long in coming. The situation in Erik ten Hag’s team is slowly starting to become untenable which is described on its website as the most responsible.
An authoritative voice at the club such as legend Gary Neville did not hesitate to post a ‘tweet’ in which he clearly expressed his thoughts on the direction the team is taking: ‘I’ve just returned from Old Trafford and you have to always be optimistic before the game, but The most worrying thing is that what we saw in the end was no surprise. It wasn’t due to a lack of effort or a group of uninterested players. It was a team defeated by a well-coached rival and that he knew what he was doing. “It’s that simple…” he wrote on his personal Twitter account.
One of the most vehement was the former football player Gabby Agbonlahor: “Casemiro! Casemiro looked like he was 45 years old as he ran through the middle of the field. Erik ten Hag had to replace him in the 65th minute for Hannibal (Mejbri), a little boy, because he was so bad.”. The criticism of Casemiro didn’t stop there and Jamie O’Hara, former Tottenham player among others, also put the Brazilian in the spotlight: “Manchester United fans can argue with me and give me the physical fitness statistics that they want.” But, Three or four times today he stopped running in the middle of the field because it seemed like his legs were gone. He gave up. It was like, “I can’t catch him.” “He seemed so crazy,” the former footballer explained.
Also in the eye of the storm is the ownership of Manchester United, which is responsible for the formation of the team. Neville did not want to remain silent in the face of those he considers to be the most “responsible.” In addition, Neville is pushing for the sale of Manchester United: “They created a culture of greed, indiscipline, indecision and insecurity that spread throughout the club.. The best thing would be if they sold the club quickly and efficiently and enable at least those off-field aspects that have changed the tone and culture to be appropriately corrected.” Old Trafford is starting to become a powder keg and there could be consequences at any time if a club does that It is in a very impaired sporting, social and institutional condition..