United culture is rotten to the core, says angry Gary Neville

United culture is rotten to the core, says angry Gary Neville

'Enough is enough for me.

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The under-pressure Portuguese manager may agree with Merson's assessment of the Magpies' current attacking threat however it's clear that he wouldn't choose to play Benitez's side ahead of anyone, as it's a hard game. Stop it. Put people in who are qualified'.

Mourinho, asked whether matching this sequence on Saturday would be not good enough at a club of United's stature, said: "Yes, I accept".

Joel and Avram Glazer are aware of the issues in the Manchester United dressing room. The tail is wagging the dog at the football club.

"You just don't know what you're doing right, you don't know what you're doing wrong, but all of a sudden, before you know it, you're back, you get a goal and you're off and running again". Get some leadership and for me at this moment in time I'm furious.

Given that Mourinho is no doubt aware that his side are struggling all over the shop then clearly his remarks show that he doesn't want to play a side who purposely try to make life hard for his team.

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'Our plan in terms of being compact and being able to threaten on attack, it worked well for us and we had a great start. But at this level you need to be better with ball, otherwise you don't get a rest in the game.

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"Senior United sources have told Mirror Sport he has reached the point of no return, with the axe ready to fall whatever the outcome of Saturday's match against Newcastle", the Mirror's David McDonnell wrote on Friday night.

Ever since United failed to beat Wolves things seem to have been coming apart at the seams at Old Trafford with Mourinho's falling out with Paul Pogba following the match, when the Frenchman criticised the lack of attacking intent, the first of several issues.

"I think Tuesday was a little bit different in that way". This has been going on for five or six years.

If United fail to defeat Newcastle this would also mean five games at home without victory, which has not occurred since November-February of the 1989-90 campaign. He does a press conference pre-match and a press conference post-match. He looks exhausted and it's sad to see actually, not great to see'.

And they have been handed a boost in their pursuit of three points with the news that the Red Devils will be without three key players for the televised clash.

The session took a rather more serious turn as it was brought to a premature close following a question about whether the former Chelsea coach accepted that such a run of results for Manchester United wasn't acceptable.

I think about how the club has been operated.

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