Manchester United are the easiest team to play against in the Premier League, says Gary Neville, as he reiterates his desire to see the Glazer family sell the club after the team were beaten 2-1 by Brighton in Erik ten Hag’s first game in charge.
Any summer optimism soon faded as two first-half goals from Pascal Gross were enough to give Graham Potter’s side victory at Old Trafford. Speaking to Sky Sports afterwards, Neville highlighted problems with the owners, the players, and the recruitment at the club.
“They are the easiest team to play against in the league – that’s a massive worry. The openness of them is unbelievable.