Manchester United have now lost three games in the league this season after the 3-1 defeat to West Ham, in what has been a very poor start to the season by Jose Mourinho’s side.
Nothing seems to be working for United at the moment as the club had a poor summer transfer window, and now results don’t seem to be coming forth with United already far behind in the title race.
Manchester United legend Gary Neville has blamed the club’s lack of structure since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson as the real cause of United’s struggles since the legendary manager retired from his job over five years ago.
David Moyes was the chosen one to replace Ferguson and was sacked just after eight months into the job despite signing a six-year deal at Old Trafford, and Gary believes this is where the problem started at Old Trafford.
He wrote on Twitter: “This mess started when United sacked David Moyes after eight months and we lost all sense of the values that the club had been built on for 100 years.
“It’s not the manager it’s the lack of football leadership above him. They are bouncing all over the place with no plan.”
Manchester United are currently 10th on the table and have already lost three games out of seven – and just like Moyes’ season, this is United’s worst start to the campaign.