Manchester United legend Paul Scholes wasn’t impressed with the attitude the players showed in the 3-1 defeat to West Ham.
The defeat to West Ham means Manchester United have just 10 points from our opening seven games this season, our worst start to a campaign since the 1989/90 season.
“It’s not been great has it,” Scholes said, according to Daily Express.
“I think the word we’ve used and heard from United over the last few weeks has been attitude.
“He’s not been happy with it, I think even players have mentioned the attitude hasn’t been right.
“I think the big thing is attitude.
“As I said it’s been mentioned in the last few weeks and I think going out onto the football pitch today their attitude was completely wrong.
“There’s nobody getting to the ball, they’re letting West Ham control the play really.
“When I watched the (West Ham) game last week against Chelsea it was the other way around.
“United have just sat off, sat off, sat off, and when they have got in forward areas, the play hasn’t been good enough.”
Since the 3-0 Champions League victory over Young Boys, Manchester United have failed to win a game. We drew with Wolves 1-1 at Old Trafford, crashed out to Derby on penalties on Tuesday in the Carabao Cup and lost 3-1 to West Ham on Saturday.