Gary Neville has admitted he has frustrations with the way Manchester United are being run.
This summer discontent at the Glazers’ ownership has been vociferous, with fans online venting their anger.
Supporters have backed campaigns to cancel MUTV subscriptions, and sent a letter titled ‘Five Key Questions’ to the Glazers.
So far the questions, focused around the club’s debt, have gone unanswered.
Former star Neville has been conspicuously quiet all summer, until now.
He had his say this afternoon, responding to fan account Totally MUFC, which had called him out on his silence.
Frustration at the ownership has been enflamed by slow transfer dealings, with only three players signed and none sold.
After a season where United finished sixth, it’s not good enough, and fans fear more of the same. But the anger at the Glazers is about more than that, a lack of long term vision for sustained success.
Some fans are deciding to remain focused on solely supporting the team, while others are determined to make their discontent heard.
It’s time Neville and co spoke out more engagingly about their views, rather than telling fans who are upset to simply ‘be quiet and do one’.
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