Man United Squad Involved In Heated Dressing Room Arguments After Everton Defeat

Manchester United team huddle before the match.

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Manchester United’s dressing room went into a meltdown following their defeat to Everton.

Sunday’s 4-0 loss at Goodison Park was an excruciating experience for everyone associated with the Old Trafford club.

Not only did the result ruin their chances of qualifying for the Champions League next season, but it further boosted the downfall that the Red Devils have been enduring on the pitch in recent weeks.

Along with the supporters and the coaching staff, the players themselves were left infuriated with the humiliating loss, and reports indicate that they expressed all their feelings in the away dressing room after the game.

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According to the Daily Mail, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer conducted an hour-long post-match meeting in the dressing room, wherein he discussed the day’s poor performance with the entire squad.

The players immediately got engaged in a heated exchange, pointing fingers at each other and raising their voices to such an extent that they were even overheard from the corridor.

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Another hour-long team meeting was conducted at the AON Training Complex on Monday, wherein the squad was shown a video analysis of their dire display against the Merseysiders.

Further, along with the coaching staff, even the team chef was said to be enraged with the performance against Everton, and he gave the players a piece of his mind.

After the meeting, Solskjaer and assistant manager Mike Phelan were involved in a recruitment discussion, wherein they spoke about the changes that need to be made to the squad before the start of next season.