Manchester United lost 3-1 at West Ham on Saturday to heap more pressure on Jose Mourinho.
This is United’s worst start to a season since the 1989/90 campaign after picking up just ten points from our opening seven Premier League games.
Ashley Young, who captained the team against West Ham, revealed every player feels disappointed after our third defeat in just seven league matches this season.
Asked how he felt about the defeat, Young told MUTV: “Disappointment.
“I think that we’ve looked back at the first goal and it is clearly offside.
“I know the officials have got a tough job to do, but when offside is offside it is offside. But you’ve got to pick yourselves up and go again.
“I said at half-time that the next goal is going to be vitally important. When you go out and you get that, you feel like you’re going to be on the front foot. I felt that, but we let in another goal and it puts you back on the back foot.
“It is disappointing, there is a lot of disappointment in there and a lot of disappointed people.”
Young was one of the few Manchester United players that impressed in the defeat to West Ham.