Top Manchester United fan and Youtuber Mark Goldbridge has claimed Manchester United’s struggle is down to the team’s lack of identity.
He also raised doubts when asked if any of the team’s attackers would start for rival sides, given their current form.
He said: “United just don’t have an identity. I watched Brighton today against Aston Villa, 6-1 [they lost] and I still saw what Brighton were trying to do, they play with their back to goal, they play out from the back, trying to play through the press.
“United for years and years I watch them and I just go, ‘We don’t know what we’re doing in the final third.’ There’s no composure, they shoot, they take people on, I don’t think they know what they’re doing themselves.
“People would reflect that’s Ten Hag then, he’s not as good as Pep, he’s not as good as Klopp, he’s not as a good as De Zerbi, he’s not as good as Ange [Postecoglou], he can’t get an identity.
“But then I look at the United players and I go, ‘How many of the United attack would start for Spurs? How many of the United attack would start for Brighton? How many of them would start for Liverpool?’
“That’s when you start to look, I think it’s a quality of player, I don’t think Ten Hag can play the way that he plays at Ajax, I don’t think it’s possible.”