Manchester United face another day of worries and troubles, and in other news, the sky is blue. A team that once ruled England and global football is no longer the best even in the city of Manchester.
Poor results, dismal performances, an egotistic manager and a toxic dressing room atmosphere are only some of the problems Manchester United and their fans are facing at the moment.
These signs are worrying not only the loyalists of the club, but also the past greats and legends. One of the members in this list is now Sir Alex Ferguson, as the former boss has expressed his concerns for the future of the club.
According to reports coming in from Mirror, Sir Alex has told some of his friends that he is “worried” about United becoming a circus act following the present crisis surrounding the team.
The great man believes that bringing Paul Pogba for such a record fee was always a recipe for trouble, and he is not happy with the negative publicity surrounding the team.
Not only Sir Alex, but the likes of Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, and even Sir Bobby Charlton have also spoken about the tough times at the Theatre of Dreams, and have not been shy in hiding their feelings while doing so.
Ferdinand recently stated, “The narrative of the club hasn’t been football. It has been about everything off the field”, whereas Gary Neville also mentioned: “It’s not the manager, it’s the lack of football leadership above him. They are bouncing all over the place with no plan!”