Gary Neville labeled his former team Manchester United a farce after yet another humiliating defeat at the hands of relegation-threatened Everton. Interim manager Ralf Rangnick believes that his side does not deserve to qualify for the Champions League as their performances have not been at the level of their competition. Neville believes that the rebuilding of the club is going to be a huge task.
“I’ve got very few words left for Manchester United. No anger, no comment anymore. They are a bit of a farce; you almost expect it from them. The players are taking Ralf Rangnick down with them. They are bad,” former Manchester United defender Gary Neville said. They’ve got to get to the end of the season as quickly as possible. The reality is that any kind of performance in the last week against Leicester and Everton would have been in the top four, but they haven’t got the spirit or the fight.”
“When I look at Manchester City and Liverpool, they have humble football players; no over-inflated egos, they understand their position, the team comes first. There isn’t one Manchester United player that would get into any of those two teams, so why would you have an over-inflated ego, think you didn’t have to work hard or be spiritless? I don’t see anything anymore,” he added. I’ve read in the Sunday papers that Erik ten Hag wants all of his demands met or else he won’t come to the club. Imagine if they can’t get Ten Hag over the line because of what’s happening at the moment, and how bad a state the club is in. If you look at what Manchester United is doing to players, there isn’t one who has grown. Look at what they did to Donny van de Beek. If you’re Ten Hag.”