Former Premier League star, Glenn Murray, has said that Manchester United players should be blamed for the club’s woes.
According to the former Brighton striker, it was time to stop blaming or even sacking the managers and focus on the players, who according to him, are repeatedly making the same mistakes.
He said this in reaction to Manchester United’s shocking 4-0 bashing in the hands of Brentford on Saturday.
Erik ten Hag took over from interim boss, Ralf Rangnick who replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was sacked in early 2021 following a series of bad results.
Despite the change of managers, the Red Devils are now lying bottom of the Premier League table with zero points from their two opening games as it appears that Ten Hag did not come with a magic wand.
Goals from Josh Dasilva, Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo made sure that the Bees ran away with three points against the Red Devils. .
Glenn Murray said on BBC Radio 5 Live: “The talent in the Man Utd squad is second to none, it’s not comparable to the Brentford side at all.
“We have got to stop looking at the managers because it’s the same story, we have to start looking at the players. They know they’re making the same mistakes over and over again.”