Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has been criticized by football lovers for the recent performance of the club in their premier league campaign.
There are also supporters of the Portuguese coach, who analyze the group of players and lack of commitment as determinants of poor results.
However, one of the great names in English football, former player Gary Neville sees the board as the big problem of the Red Devils.
On his official Twitter account, former United defender between 1994 and 2011 was emphatic in pointing out the main culprit for the club’s poor season and those responsible for the drought.
According to Neville, since the resignation of David Moyes in 2014, the Red Devils are “aimless.”
“This confusion started when United fired David Moyes after eight months and lost all the values that were built in the club for 100 years,” said the former player.
“The problem is not the coach, it’s the lack of leadership above him. The club, its directors, are shooting everywhere without any plans. ”
With their 3-1 defeat of West Ham last Saturday, United have recorded their worst start to the Premier League in the last 29 years.
In seven rounds, the team of José Mourinho has won only 10 points and in addition, he lives in a very troubled mood behind the scenes, especially in the relation with his players.