Manchester United icon cautions lackluster Red Devils in anticipation of Arsenal showdown

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Gary Neville, the legendary figure of Manchester United, expressed his dissatisfaction with his former team’s performance under manager Erik ten Hag. Neville criticized their “scruffy” start to the season and issued a warning to the Red Devils before their upcoming match against Arsenal.

In the 2023-24 season, Manchester United failed to impress their fans in the early games. After narrowly and luckily defeating Wolves 1-0, they suffered a 2-0 defeat against Tottenham. Their encounter with Nottingham Forest saw them conceding two goals within five minutes, but they showed resilience and managed to come back with a 3-2 victory. However, their inconsistent displays have drawn criticism, especially from Gary Neville, a former United defender.

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Neville voiced his concerns about the team’s lack of fluidity under Ten Hag early in the season, stating that they always appear scruffy in the first few weeks. He cited the Wolves game as an example where Wolves were unlucky not to secure the win. He also mentioned Nottingham Forest feeling hard done by and United’s defeat against Tottenham.

Looking ahead, Manchester United will face their arch-rivals Arsenal in their fourth game. Arsenal, touted as major title contenders this season, pose a significant challenge for United. Neville acknowledged Arsenal’s slip-up against ten-man Fulham and highlighted the tough away games against Tottenham and Arsenal. He emphasized that if United hadn’t won their home games, they would be under pressure. With Arsenal expected to compete for the league title, Neville stressed the importance of United raising their game at the Emirates Stadium, as anything less than their best could result in defeat.

Source: Twitter [August 28, 2023]

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