Man Utd blasted as 'a joke' by club legend Gary Neville after shocking performance in 1-0 defeat to Everton

MANCHESTER UNITED legend Gary Neville did not hold back in his assessment of Ralf Rangnick's flops following defeat to lowly Everton.

Neville branded his old club a "joke" as they gave up yet more ground in the race for the top four.


A solitary Anthony Gordon strike saw the Red Devils beaten 1-0 by Everton in Saturday's lunchtime kick off.

The victory marked just a third league win for the Toffees under Frank Lampard, and left Rangnick and Co three points off the top four.

And Neville took to Twitter just moments after the full time whistle at Goodison Park with a simple summary of the current affairs at the club.

He wrote: "United a joke. Well done to Everton.

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"Would have also been hard for Frank Lampard to hear Sean Dyche say what he said so well done to him. Some response."

Clearly his thoughts were echoed by United fans, with Neville's tweet racking up over 15,000 "likes" in less than half an hour.

Burnley boss Dyche had claimed in midweek that Everton "don't know how to win" after his side came from behind to beat Lampard and Co 3-2 at Turf Moor.

Although Rangnick might be starting to feel the same way after dropping yet more points today.

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The Red Devils have won just three out of their last 12 in all competitions.

And the latest result leaves United languishing seventh in the Premier League table, level on points with West Ham, and three behind both Tottenham and Arsenal.

But, perhaps more worryingly, Wolves are now just two points off the Red Devils in eighth place.

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