Gary Neville, a former captain of Manchester United, asserted that the team’s players would surprise new manager Erik ten Hag.
Following the firing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last year and the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as interim manager for a period of six months, Ten Hag has been named as Old Trafford’s new permanent manager.
In his debut match in the Premier League on Sunday, the Dutchman watched as the Red Devils fell to Brighton 2-1.
“I don’t look at the manager or the new players here- Eriksen or Martinez and think they are the problem at all. They are brand new to it.
“The problem has got to be that the club hasn’t handed the coach a better squad.
“It’s unacceptable at the start of the season. That could not happen and it has happened,” Gary Neville said