Manchester United’s 4-0 loss to Everton was one of our lowest point of the season after goals from Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Walcott and Digne ashamed us at the Goodison Park.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a number of changes to his lineup with the likes of Diogo Dalot, Nemanja Matic and Romelu Lukaku coming into the starting eleven and Victor Lindelof slotting in the Right Back.
However, what’s interesting is that within 10 minutes of Ole announcing the lineup, the team was leaked in the public and United players had to hold an inquisition as to who was responsible for all that.
As per Duncan Castles:
“I think there’s some very interesting things going on at Manchester United at the moment,” he told The Transfer Window podcast.
“I know that after the Everton game there was an inquisition amongst the players as to why the team formation and line-up was leaked to the public inside 10 minutes of it being announced by the manager.
“And I’m told there were quite heated words said between the players as they were trying to work out who was doing this and blame being apportioned, saying ‘we’re in a situation where we can’t afford to have someone within the dressing room giving away tactical details and giving away secrets to the opposition so quickly and making it easier for them to play.’
“I think that’s telling about the state of the dressing room at present.”
Well, that just tells the story of our dressing room, doesn’t it?
There’s no loyalty or respect for the club, badge or the fans. The players are leaking the lineup in the public without any regards or fear of the consequences.
What we need is a dressing room clear out. What we need to do is to sell all of these so-called “superstars” and build a team around the ones who are proud of the badge. Maybe then, we will see the change in the fortunes!