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Gary Neville blasts Manchester United players for their “biggest betrayal” during Erik ten Hag’s tenure.

The “biggest betrayal” of Manchester United’s history, according to legend Gary Neville, is the club’s current situation.

According to GOAL, Manchester United veteran Gary Neville has harshly condemned the club’s current situation and expressed his unhappiness over recent leaks to the media, which he views as the “biggest betrayal” in football.a

The outspoken former England defender was responding to rumors that manager Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United squad was experiencing internal strife and player unhappiness. The club took an unprecedented measure in reaction to these allegations by forbidding reporters from four media sites from attending a press conference. Ten Hag strongly refuted the allegations in the reports and said that the action was in response to what the club saw to be a denial of a “right to reply.”

Neville did not hold back when he said, “The biggest betrayal you can have in a football dressing room is when players or players’ representatives are going to the media to undermine the manager and other players in your dressing room,” during an interview with The Overlap’s “Stick To Football” podcast.

Neville is obviously frustrated and tells the players to stop using leaks and media manipulation and instead concentrate on their performance. Even while Neville has some empathy for the club’s problems—such as bad hiring practices and a toxic environment—he vehemently opposes any attempt to compromise the team’s stability through media leaks.

The uncertainty surrounding the futures of important players like Jadon Sancho, Casemiro, and Raphael Varane exacerbates the unrest at Manchester United. The position is made more difficult by Sancho’s expulsion from the first team following a rumored falling out with manager Erik ten Hag, even if the club is open to bids for these youngsters.

Apart from the player dynamics, the club is about to be taken over by INEOS and Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who is going to buy a 25% share from the Glazer family, in a minority deal. Manchester United’s future course will probably be shaped by how these events turn out as they deal with both on- and off-field difficulties.

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