Manchester United have a large voice within the world of punditry given so many legendary Red Devils can now be found in television studios across the country.
However, this may now spell bad news for United boss Erik ten Hag, given the high-profile trio of Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Paul Scholes have all issued scathing reviews of the Red Devils in recent days. In the aftermath of Saturday night's 1-0 defeat by Newcastle, Ten Hag's side were the subject of some brutual criticism.
Scholes was the first to take aim, telling Premier League productions: "Rubbish. They're a poor football team at this minute. Those results they've had recently are misleading. Too many lazy players on the football team - you can't get away with that.
"Going to these places, the first thing you do is work hard. You can see the joy that Newcastle are getting down both sides and feel sorry for the full backs."
He wasn't alone in such a stance, with his former team-mate Neville echoing a similar sentiment and conceding that he feels he has "grown tired" of watching his old side. He also admitted Ten Hag's position is starting to come under pressure.
"It's well below par, it's really disappointing, and I feel like the noise against the manager is starting to occur," Neville told Sky Sports. "There are then those same noises that say, ‘Surely we can't get rid of another manager, we've got to get rid of the players because they are the ones who have got rid of the other managers’.
"We then turn to the owners, and I'm bored. I have become tired of my own club. I don't want to do their games anymore, I don't want to watch their games anymore and that is the saddest indictment that you can have of your football club when you become bored of watching them,Read on m.allfootballapp.com