Jamie Carragher makes a provocative post about Manchester United that won’t sit well with Gary Neville.

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You can unsubscribe at any time. Read our Privacy Policy. Neville made the headlines in February for his reaction to Virgil van Dijk’s extra-time winner against the Blues at Wembley.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side had failed to beat Liverpool despite Jurgen Klopp being forced to play extra-time with a handful of inexperienced youth players on the pitch. Neville delivered the line: “In extra-time, it’s been Klopp’s kids against the blue, billion-pound bottlejobs!” It was the second time Ten Hag’s side had lost a lead deep into stoppage time in six days, having suffered similar woes on another trip to west London last Saturday.

Mason Mount scored his first United goal to clinch a 1-0 lead against Brentford with 96 minutes on the clock at the Gtech Community Stadium. However, Kristoffer Ajer bagged a deserved leveller in the 99th minute. United taking just one point from their last two games is remarkable and will ultimately cost Ten Hag in his quest to retain the club’s Champions League status next season.

A bad result against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday would jeopardise the Dutchman’s prospects of European qualification altogether. However, the lack of improvement in United’s mentality and results this season could be enough to convince INEOS to start fresh in the summer as Sir Jim Ratcliffe bids to restore a winning culture quickly.

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