Former Manchester United skipper, Gary Neville, has voiced his concerns about the club’s leadership under the Glazers, following a disappointing 3-1 loss to Brighton this past Saturday.
With Manchester United currently 13th in the Premier League, having lost three out of their initial five matches, Neville is pointing fingers squarely at the Glazer family for the ongoing issues at Old Trafford. He urges the American owners to expedite the sale of the club to instigate a comprehensive revamp.
Neville’s sentiments were further echoed in his tweet:
“Oh, and yes, the Glazers are responsible. It’s how it works. You own a business, and everything good and bad sits with you! They inherited the best in all areas. They’ve overseen 10 years of mediocrity off and on the pitch. They set the culture of greed, ill-discipline, indecision, and uncertainty that runs right through the club. It would be best if they sold the club with some speed and efficiency and allowed at least the off-the-pitch items to be corrected properly that reset the tone and culture.”
The Red Devils are now gearing up for their next Champions League clash against Bayern Munich.