Gary Neville: Manchester United are a farce | Would Erik ten Hag really still want job?

Gary Neville says he has “very few words left to say about Manchester United” following another weekend in the Premier League which demonstrated the size of the rebuild facing the club’s next manager.

Ralf Rangnick admitted Manchester United do not deserve to finish in the Champions League spots if their performance levels for the rest of the season are similar to what they showed at Everton.

United’s ambition of finishing in the Premier League top four is receding and Rangnick was left to bemoan a toothless attacking display against an Everton side that lost 3-2 at relegation rivals Burnley in midweek.


Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast, the former United full-back bemoaned the abject performance at Goodison Park, and believes Ten Hag may even be thinking twice about taking over the reins this summer…The making of Erik ten Hag

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    What challenges await Erik Ten Hag at Old Trafford?

    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.

    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 and they would have been in top four, but they haven’t got the spirit or the fight.


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    Published Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2022 21:45:00 BST

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