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“The Destruction of Manchester United”

What a false start for Manchester United and superstar Ronaldo!

After the 1:2 home defeat against Brighton now a desolate 0:4! near Brentford in the London suburb, right in the middle of Heathrow’s approach path.

bottom of the table! Even four Premier League defeats in a row across the seasons.

It goes without saying that the English press is lashing out at ManU, new coach Erik ten Hag (52) and superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (37)!

Club legend Gary Neville scolded Sky Sports: “I’ve been watching United for 42 years and I can’t remember a moment I’ve ever felt as bad as the first half. What a first half of football we are seeing here: the annihilation of Manchester United.”

“Joking, intimidated and lazy – is Man United at rock bottom?” asks BBC. In an interview with the broadcaster, England’s storm icon Alan Shearer continues to rumble: “Years of failure and bad management. There is no leadership at this club and the staffing policy is devastating.”

“Cristiano Ronaldo couldn’t hide his anger as he stomped off and didn’t even look at coach ten Hag. The team urgently needs a better performance,” writes

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Of the Daily Star criticizes sharply: “The United boss watched helplessly as his United side were decimated by a four-goal first-half blitz from Brentford. Ten Hag and his injured players were severely criticized after losing their Premier League opener to Brighton but this was a new low for Manchester United.”

Perfectly served: Erik ten Hag

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The Sun: “United will have to spend hundreds of millions just to have any chance of getting back to where they think they belong… Of course, Ten Hag deserves time to try and succeed, where everyone since Ferguson has have failed. But if he has as much say in transfer policy as you think, then he also has to take responsibility for his predicament.”

Ouch – that sat. And on August 22nd Klopp will come to Old Trafford with Liverpool…

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