Nothing to say? Humiliated Man United gamers (and their PR groups) keep SILENT on social media after Liverpool shocker – resisting the same old ‘vanilla’ platitudes after one other inexcusable efficiency
- Manchester United suffered a humiliating 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on Monday
- Jurgen Klopp’s Reds tore the Pink Devils aside in a 5-0 mauling at Anfield
- United’s gamers have remained silent on social media after their woeful show
- Gary Neville has beforehand criticised gamers’ ‘inauthentic’ posts after video games
Manchester United’s humiliated stars have remained silent on social media after they have been embarrassed by Liverpool for a second time this season.
Ralf Rangnick’s facet slumped to a 4-0 defeat at Anfield on Tuesday, after dropping 5-0 within the reverse fixture at Previous Trafford.
The defeat has been with a deafening silence on social media from a squad used to posting after matches.
After scraping previous rock-bottom Norwich on the weekend the Pink Devils’ stars took to social media posting the ‘vanilla, sanitised messages’ despised a lot by Gary Neville.
Nevertheless, there has not been a peep from any of the gamers – or their private social media gurus – after the Anfield shocker.
Manchester United gamers have remained silent on social media after their woeful defeat
Neville has been scathing of how gamers don’t management their very own social media accounts to interact with supporters.
Writing in his column for The Instances final November, Neville claimed the gamers have been being handled ‘like fools’ as a result of having a social media supervisor suggests they ‘can’t be trusted to be themselves’.
The Pink Devils have been left disgraced after a 5-0 mauling by the hands of bitter rivals Liverpool
Neville mentioned: ‘There are characters contained in the Manchester United dressing room that I enormously admire not only for their soccer skills however their human qualities — vulnerabilities, resilience, sense of humour and all of the issues that make them distinct. I don’t recognise them in any respect once I see a few of their social media posts.
‘I see vanilla, sanitised messages. I learn apologies that don’t come over sincerely to me or any United fan. I see half the dressing room posting nearly identically-worded tweets like they’re studying off a script. And never simply at United.’