Monday, September 25, 2023

Manchester United fans explode against Ten Hag, chanting “Long live Ronaldo”

Manchester United didn’t get off to a particularly good start to the Premier League season. On Saturday they suffered a painful defeat against Brighton at Old Trafford, a situation that once again brought frustration to the attention of fans.

Today the discourse of the supporters of the “Red Devils” team has changed. Those attacked were not the Glazers, owners of the institution and who have always been in the eye of the hurricane, especially now that they seem unwilling to sell the club despite its announcement a few months ago.

The club’s coach, Erik Ten Hag, was the most attacked. After watching the team’s terrible performance, fans did not forget how the Dutchman treated the team’s great figure, Cristiano Ronaldo, and started singing “Viva Ronaldo” in front of it.

The glaziers are not saved

Although the fans now exploded against Ten Hag, the Glazers were not spared from the criticism the team suffered against Brighton. Manchester United legend Gary Neville attacked the owners and blamed them for the bad moment they are going through.

“The Glazers are responsible. Is that how it works? You are an entrepreneur and everything good and bad depends on you! You have inherited the best in all areas. They have experienced 10 years of mediocrity on and off the field. “They are establishing the culture of greed, indiscipline, indecision and insecurity that runs throughout the club,” Neville said.

Manchester United have not won the Premier League since 2013, the year successful Scottish tactician Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as manager. Since then, the “Red Devils” have failed to win the title and Manchester City, their big rival, won the league.

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