Paul Parker has criticized Manchester United’s “relegation standard” midfielder, insisting that the current squad urgently lack “heart, passion and courage”.
After last Monday’s stinging loss to Wolves, United swung into yet another crisis with Ralf Rangnick is grappling with a number of internal divisions that threaten to derail their season.
United players have faced a lot of criticism this week with Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford among those stepping out and insisting the dressing room remain united.
United’s recent performances have been concerning, however, and ex-defender Parker believes Rangnick faces two huge issues as some players just don’t want to commit to the cause, while others technically aren’t. not able to do it.
‘People talked about the way they saw [Ralf] Rangnick as a mentor so you look to him for structure and what can take them to the next level, ”Parker told BetFred.
“The problem, however, is how to build when the players you have aren’t willing to give enough or aren’t good enough to step in.
“We saw that against Wolves. Manchester United have a standard relegation midfielder at the moment.
“He’s a mediocre midfielder and everyone knows it. Manchester United have names but they don’t have what is more important than everything is heart, passion and courage.
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