SIR ALEX FERGUSON'S former No2 Rene Meulensteen has blasted Manchester United, claiming the club is "lost completely".
Dutchman Meulensteen spent six years as a first-team coach under Ferguson between 2007 and 2013, and was linked with a return as an assistant to Erik ten Hag.
But the 58-year-old has slammed the current state of affairs at Old Trafford.
The ex-Fulham gaffer and current Australia No2 told talkSPORT: "When I see United play, I see a team that is lost. They are lost completely.
"There is no cohesion, no organisation, no structure, any basic thing that you need in any successful performance is not there."
Ralf Rangnick's flops were dismal again in Saturday's 4-0 humbling at Brighton.
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It means United will finish the season with their worst points tally in the Premier League era, regardless of the result in their final game against Crystal Palace.
And without naming any of the squad, Meulensteen suggested some players didn't have any "pride" in the shirt.
He added: "The most important thing is when you do sign for a club is to represent them with pride. We know some players that have come in have never really committed to the club.
"Then you get these rumours fed in through the media that 'he's not happy' and this player or that player wants to go."
Meulensteen concluded by saying that success starts with dressing room unity.
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He added: "If you've got a very solid dressing room and those players in the dressing room want to be there together, they want to do well together and fight for each other.
"But if you've got people in there who don't really want to be there then you feel that.
"You will sense it and it has an effect on the performances."
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