Alan Shearer heavily criticizes Man Utd after Brentford embarrassing lose, reaching 'Rock bottom'
(MENAFN) Manchester United came in for heavy condemnation from ex-players after they crashed to an embarrassing 4-0 loss by Brentford in the Premier League on Saturday, their second loss in a row while as many league games still waiting under new couch Erik ten Hag.
Due to the outcome, United dropped to the bottom of the standings, and Dutchman Ten Hag became the first club manager since John Chapman in 1921 to lose his first two matches in charge.
Chris Sutton, a BBC analyst, declared that United had "reached rock bottom," while Alan Shearer, a former teammate and striking partner, attributed the disaster to years of poor leadership at Old Trafford.
Shearer informed on BBC's Match of the Day that "It is an absolute mess. Years of failure... there is a lack of leadership and the recruitment has been terrible."
Adding that "It will take time and an unbelievable amount of money to get things right, and a lot of patience from the Manchester United fans. They are miles away from where there want to be."
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