There was plenty of optimism at Old Trafford heading into the new season after Manchester United ended their trophy drought last term. Just one month into the campaign, that has quickly evaporated.
Manchester United's 3-1 humbling on their own turf at the hands of Brighton on Saturday was their third defeat in five league games, and the atmosphere at the club is starting to turn sour. Defeat was then followed by a 4-3 reverse at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
There were boos for Erik ten Hag at the weekend as he took off summer signing Rasmus Hojlund in the second half, but the majority of the frustration from the fans has been targeted elsewhere - namely, the Glazers.
Having owned the club for 18 years, the Glazer family have overseen a significant decline in the team's fortunes over the past decade.
From winning 13 of the first 21 Premier League titles on offer under Sir Alex Ferguson, the Red Devils have not come close to adding to their tally since 2013.
United legend Gary Neville has placed the blame for United's shortcomings squarely at the feet of the Glazers and has repeatedly called for them to sell the club.
He has hit out at the club's recruitment strategy under the Glazers and their refusal to redevelop Old Trafford as concerns grow about the iconic stadium slowly falling apart.
Cristiano Ronaldo also complained about the training facilities when he returned for his second spell two years ago, claiming they had not been improved since he had first been at the club over a decade earlier.
Yet 10 months after putting the club up for sale, the American owners remain in charge, and it appears to be affecting the team on the pitch.
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