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2022-08-14T03:57:48.540Z

Manchester United was humiliated with 4:0 in the first half in Brentford, the goalkeeper admitted: "My poor performance". The coach refused ("They didn't follow my instructions")



De Gea blamed himself, Tan Haag the players, Gary Neville the owner

Manchester United was humiliated with 4:0 in the first half in Brentford, the goalkeeper admitted: "My poor performance".

The coach refused ("They didn't follow my instructions") and the commentator stated: "It's time for the Glazer family to sell the team"

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08/14/2022

Sunday, August 14, 2022, 06:40

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Summary of Brentford's victory 0:4 over Manchester United (Sport 1)

In his wildest dreams Eric Ten Haag did not believe that he would start his tenure as Manchester United coach like this.

After the home loss against Brighton in the opening round, the coach was humiliated with his players trailing 4:0 after only 35 minutes against the humble Brentford.

The Red Devils broke several negative records in this game, including a historic negative record: the first time in the Premier League that United conceded four in the first half in an away game (in a home game it happened last season against Liverpool).



The entire defensive unit of Manchester United did not function, but the one who "stood out" in his weakness was undoubtedly David de Gea.

The Spanish goalkeeper was directly responsible for the first goal and his careless pass to Eriksen led to Brentford's second goal.

Nightmare season opening.

Eric Ten Haah (Photo: Reuters)

De Gea himself took responsibility after the game and admitted: "I gave my team three points. It was a weak performance of mine, just a terrible day for us."



Eric Ten Haah rather blamed the responsibility on the players and said: "The team needs to take responsibility, I'm sorry for the fans. I asked the players to play with faith and take responsibility, that's something they didn't do."



To the question of whether the team will still get stronger, he answered: "Yes, we want to get stronger. We need more quality players. We will try to convince them to join us. As long as we are all together, we will overcome it. I am aware that the coach bears most of the responsibility, I am fine with that." .

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A horror show.

De Gea negligently concedes the first goal (Photo: Reuters)

Gary Neville, former player and symbol of Manchester United and today a commentator on the "Sky" network, dropped the responsibility on the American owners of the team - the Glazer family.

"There's a family in America that lets their employees take all the responsibility," he scolded, "They should take a plane to Manchester and explain what their plan is. They're never here. It can't go on like this. There's a ten-year continuous failure and they should Take responsibility for it. It's time for the Glazer family to sell this team."

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