Mark Goldbridge compares Man Utd’s dismal defence to adult film star’s ‘c****’

Controversial football fan Mark Goldbridge had a foul-mouthed rant while live on social media during Manchester United's loss to Bournemouth.

Erik ten Hag's side were taken apart 3-0 by the ruthless Cherries at Old Trafford. The Red Devils fell behind to an early goal from Dominic Solanke before conceding fine headers from Phillip Billing and Marcos Senesi in the second half.

The result was so bad, United supporters on social media were calling for Ten Hag, 53, to be sacked. However, the loudest burst of frustration came from Goldbridge, 44, who was smacking his table in fury during his traditional livestream.

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It only took five minutes for Goldbridge to lose his rag and start shouting foul mouthed slang words used to describe the anus. After Solanke stroked Bournemouth into the lead, the former police officer said: “Bournemouth here, running off, oh for f*** sake man. Who is marking who there, he is completely unmarked Solanke. What is going on? This defence is getting banged more times than a porn star’s c****."

The latter expletive is a slang word used to describe a person's anus. His ranting did not end there as United would go on to concede two more goals in the second half.

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When the score was 2-0, Goldbridge noticed many fans were calling for Ten Hag's head. However, Goldbridge came to the defence of his manager by saying there are few options who could fill his position.

Unfortunately for him, his defence took a huge thwack as United conceded their third goal while he was making his case. During the unfortunate moment, Goldbridge said: "Next week, what are we going to do? There won’t be an answer because you don’t have a f***ing answer. What are we going to do if you sack Ten Hag? Give Steve MacLaren the job? It’s raining, he can bring his f***ing brolly out.

“3-0, f*** off! 3-0? This is a f***ing joke? Look at them all. Look at all the bloody defenders. Look at all the United team, stood there, out of their depth. They have got that vacant look in their eyes, you know when a dog is taking a s***, have you ever looked it in the eye?”

United face a pivotal week, as they host Bayern Munich in their final, must-win Champions League match, before travelling to Anfield to face fierce rivals Liverpool five days later.

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