Gary Neville crushes United coach and players: ‘They went to UFC events, cricket, Formula 1…’ – Man. United

The former left-back criticizes the posture of the team after the elimination of the Champions League against Atlético Madrid

Gary Neville is still not indifferent to Manchester United’s moment – the Red Devils have won just one game in their last five, and the most recent defeat dictated the elimination of the Champions League team against Atlético Madrid -, and left a lot of criticism to the players and the staff, who in recent days have shared, on social networks, what the former English side called a “world tour”. “I remember a time when Man United players, coaches and managers weren’t even seen in local Italian restaurants after a home draw, let alone after a European exit. Last week, we have already seen a world ‘tour’ of Formula 1, concerts, cricket and UFC events,” he wrote on Twitter.


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And he continued, questioned about the rest of the workforce: “You can go on vacation, relax. They could be a bit more low-key, considering they’ve been knocked out of the Champions League, the FA Cup, the League Cup. [inglesa], and who in the Premier League always stumble. They have to adapt to the circumstances.”

Due to the selection break, Man. United won’t return to action until April 2 against Leicester.

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