BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano after an interview with Neville. Neville slams ‘f***ing unforgiveable’ Man Utd stars for ‘undermining’ Ten Hag. Gary Neville has blasted Manchester United’s stars for undermining Erik ten Hag and ‘trying to get another manager sacked’ after the club were forced to ban a host of outlets following leaked reports of turmoil in the dressing room and has called for the player to be sold or be suspended and left out of the team as he’s a virus to the team.

After the Manchester United team was forced to ban a number of outlets due to leaked reports of unrest in the dressing room, Gary Neville has blasted the team's players for undermining Erik ten Hag and "trying to get another manager brought down."


After United’s humiliating 1-0 loss to Newcastle last weekend, several reports surfaced alleging that Ten Hag’s management style had cost him the support of half the players in the dressing room.

In response, the team barred a number of well-known reporters from Ten Hag’s press conference before United’s victory over Chelsea on Wednesday. Neville called the players “f***ing unforgivable” because of the severity of the leaks.

“I’ve been lenient towards the players for the past 12 months because I’ve focused on the ownership and the toxic environment.” Neville stated in the podcast Stick to Football. The greatest treachery that can occur in a football locker room, however, is when players or their agents go to the media to disparage the manager and other players.

“This is really, really inexcusable. Therefore, I thought, “Here we go again, the f*****s,” when I heard these stories emerging. They’re going to keep trying to get another manager fired and another batch of players benched.

That concludes it. I feel a little sorry for them right now because of the state of the club, the ongoing bad hiring practices, the negative vibes, the bad ownership, the absence of the sports department, and the lack of everything else they own. Although I’ve given them a pretty easy ride, I don’t feel sorry for them if they leak information or arrive late.

Former teammate chastised United players for their tardiness
With a resolute win over Chelsea at Old Trafford, United overcame their opponents and gained three points thanks to a double from Scott McTominay. Ten Hag’s team recovered from their defeat at Newcastle.

Ten Hag benched Marcus Rashford for the match following his performance at St. James’ Park, where the forward received harsh criticism for his demeanour and attitude despite only scoring one goal this season through open play.

In addition to the dressing room leaks, former United player Nemanja Matic disclosed that players received fines totaling over £75,000 for being late in a single season. Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho were identified as the two most persistent tardy offenders.

“My standards are simple: if someone else is late, I will hold them accountable because it is the most impolite thing you can do to make your teammates wait,” Neville stated. It should go without saying that you should work hard, but you cannot be the person in life who is always waiting for others.

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