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Gary Neville blasts how Man Utd stats were "fitting memorial to Ed Woodward and Glazers"
Gary Neville blasted Manchester United's dire possession stats from their defeat against Manchester City in the early hours of Monday morning - before slamming recent leadership off the pitch.The eight-time Premier League-winning former defender was uncompromising in his criticism of his former side on Sunday (March 6) during and after their 4-1 defeat.The following morning, Neville had another look at the fixture and in particular the statistic that showed United having just 8 per cent of the ball for a 15-minute second-half period.Not only calling out the players, the former England international took aim at co-chairmen Joel and Avram Glazer as well as former executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.Alongside a grab of the possession stat, Neville wrote: "Still can’t get my head around that!"However City aren’t just better on the pitch. "A new dawn for United with Richard Arnold as CEO and a new manager incoming but yesterday was a fitting memorial to the “Ed Woodward/Glazer“ last 10 years of mismanagement."City had ripped their local rivals to shreds in a hugely one-sided second half at the Etihad on Sunday, with Riyad Mahrez adding two goals to Kevin De Bruyne's first-half brace which came either side of Jadon Sancho's equaliser.Who will manage Manchester United next season? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionNeville had said on Sky Sports: "Manchester United's response to going 3-1 down has been embarrassing.
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Rio Ferdinand claims Pep Guardiola is holding his "middle finger up" to Premier League
Rio Ferdinand claims Pep Guardiola is 'holding his middle finger up' to all his Premier League doubters as Manchester City continue to dominate.The Spaniard's side currently find themselves comfortably atop the Premier League's standings, nine points clear of nearest challengers Liverpool, having only played one game more.Since losing at home to Crystal Palace in late October, City have won 14 of their 15 league matches, only dropping points in a 1-1 draw at Southampton.Going into the season, many questioned whether Guardiola's team would be able to retain the Premier League title, especially given their lack of a recognised striker.Sergio Aguero departed for Barcelona last summer and City failed in their well-documented pursuit of Tottenham's Harry Kane, which led to many fearing the Sky Blues wouldn't have enough in attack.However, City have managed to hit a league-high 61 goals so far this season, the same amount as Liverpool, as their efforts have been spread around the team.Given their sheer dominance, Ferdinand believes Guardiola has silenced his doubters and essentially "put his middle finger up" to the rest of the Premier League.Can anyone stop Manchester City from winning the Premier League title again this season? Give us your thoughts in the comments section. “Points-wise it’s not over, but I just believe that City look too comfortable in their games," the former Manchester United defender admitted in the latest episode of Rio Ferdinand Presents FIVE. "City look like they're in total control all the time."There's no topsy-turvey games or moments where you go 'oh my god they're on the ropes they're going to get beat here'.