Gary Neville has blamed the Glazer household for Manchester United’s disastrous 3-1 defeat by the hands of Brighton on Saturday. The Crimson Devils had been outclassed at Outdated Trafford by Roberto De Zerbi’s facet in a efficiency that highlighted that Erik ten Hag has important work to do on the coaching pitch if his facet are to complete within the high 4 once more this season.
United began brightly however finally fell behind after former participant Danny Welbeck guided his strike previous Andre Onana within the twentieth minute. Pascal Gross then doubled the Seagulls’ lead after the half-time break earlier than Joao Pedro got here off of the bench to place the sport to mattress with a cool end from the sting of the field.
Hannibal Mejbri supplied United a glimmer of hope within the 73rd minute however finally his facet had been unable to make use of the momentum to craft any additional openings. Ten Hag and the Crimson Devils squad as a complete have been criticised for the defeat, although Neville feels that the blame ought to lie with the Glazers for the show.
He wrote on X (previously Twitter): “I’ve simply received again from Outdated Trafford and also you all the time should be optimistic pre-match however essentially the most regarding factor is what we ended up watching wasn’t a shock. This wasn’t an absence of effort or a gaggle of gamers not . This was a staff well-beaten by opponents that had been well-drilled and knew what they had been doing. Easy as that…
“Oh and sure the Glazers are accountable. It’s the way it works. You personal a enterprise and every part good and dangerous sits with you! They inherited one of the best in all areas. They’ve overseen 10 years of mediocrity off the pitch and on the pitch.
“They set the tradition of greed, ill-discipline, indecision and uncertainty that runs proper by the membership. It could be finest in the event that they bought the membership with some velocity and effectivity and allowed not less than the off-the-pitch gadgets to be corrected correctly to reset the tone and tradition.