GARY NEVILLE expressed his fears for Manchester United once again following Scott McTominay's brutal assessment of the crushing defeat at Arsenal.
The former right-back took to Twitter to give his latest concerning views about the state of affairs at Old Trafford.
And he quoted the Red Devils midfielder with his post.
Neville wrote: "The McTominay comments yesterday: 'problems with players, staff, higher up and everything.'
"Whilst not something we didn’t know tells you how bad it must be for a player to say it on air."
United went down 3-1 at the Emirates on Saturday lunchtime.
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The result leaves Ralf Rangnick's side six points adrift of the top four with just four matches remaining.
But despite the appointment of Erik ten Hag as the new manager this week, there are still plenty of issues right through the club from top to bottom.
And McTominay was not afraid to go public with his bemoaning.
The Scottish ace said: "There's a whole load of problems in terms of players, staff, everything higher up.
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"There are a lot of things going on at the minute.
"For us, self-belief, lack of confidence — you can see it all in the last two months."
United's loss at Arsenal follows the 4-0 mauling at Liverpool, a scraping 3-2 win over Norwich and losing at relegation-threatened Everton before that.
McTominay added: "We [need to] go home and take a look at ourselves in the mirror.
"You can't go back to your house and be satisfied with conceding three goals at Arsenal when we deserved to win the game.
"The last four games are about pride for us, going out on the pitch and showing a bit of balls with your performances.
"When the new coach comes in we need to be ready for everything, we need to be so dialled in and concentrated on our jobs that we impress him.
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"It is difficult for me to speak right now because there are so many emotions.
"It comes down to the basics and we never do them well enough in big games."
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