Manchester United have been torn into yet again – this time for former captain and club legend Willie Morgan – who knows all about being part of a rubbish Red Devils rabble.
The ex-skipper at Old Trafford wore the armband the last time United were relegated from the top flight back in 1974 – and he has insisted the current crop are worse than his old team-mates. After two defeats in two in the Premier League in embarrassing fashion, the knives are out already – including from Morgan.
He told The Sun : “They say no one’s too good to go down and that old adage certainly applies to the current bunch of players.
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"The alarm bells have got to be ringing around Old Trafford because we went down and we were a better team than this lot now.
“We had better players, a togetherness that bonded us and a real camaraderie but still came a cropper. We made the mistake of feeling we were too good to go down at first but we got unlucky with injuries and had lots of bad luck.
“The current lot really are pathetic — they aren’t as good as we were so they’ll be praying that Lady Luck doesn’t turn against them.”
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There have been serious question marks asked over United this season and Morgan is not the only one who believes relegation could be around the corner. Former Tottenham star Jamie O'Hara reckons the Red Devils could be handed for the drop if nothing happens soon.
He said: "Man Utd could get relegated! I’m not saying they will but they got beat by Brighton and lose 4-0 to Brentford.
"The performances are disgraceful! Ten Hag makes changes that make no sense."
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