Gary Neville calls for Man Utd stars to hold talks WITHOUT Ralf Rangnick to sort out problems including Ronaldo issueDecember 29, 2021
MANCHESTER UNITED legend Gary Neville has called for the players to hold emergency discussions… without interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
Neville has called for the squad to 'sort it out' amid reports of friction within the Manchester United dressing room.
United are unbeaten in three Premier League games under Rangnick, picking up seven points from a possible nine.
But the performances have been nothing to write home about, especially in the 1-1 draw against Newcastle, in which they were outplayed.
Neville reckons there could be 'dissatisfaction' among the players, with Ronaldo in particular looking unhappy.
Writing on Twitter, Neville said: "On United I’m seeing reports of dressing room dissatisfaction this morning. Something wasn’t right v Norwich and certainly not v Newcastle .
"Still 4 pts from those games is not a disaster considering the performance levels. Have a meeting (without staff) and sort it out!"
Talismen Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes were slammed for storming straight down the tunnel after the draw at Newcastle.
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The Mail report that morale within the camp is low, with concerns over cliques inside the dressing room.
Neville also didn't hold back in his comments about United's players at half time in the Newcastle game.
The 46-year-old slammed the squad as 'whingebags' on Sky Sports, saying: "They're whinging at each other! They're a bunch of whingebags! A bunch of whingebags!
"Watch them on that pitch, arms up in the air, complaining about everything! Honestly, they're absolutely shocking out there in that first half.
"They got the last manager the sack! Ralf Rangnick is not going to get the sack, he's only had a few weeks with them, but they'll get a lot of managers the sack, that lot, if they carry on like that.
"They've got to sort themselves out because it's massively below what's expected.
"They've played the two teams at the bottom of the league, and they've shown us nothing! Nothing to do with the manager, by the way.
"It's to do with the players out on the pitch. Not good enough."
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