Gary Neville says he’s ‘bored’ of Manchester United in savage verdict

United dropped to seventh in the Premier League table on Saturday after being beaten 1-0 by Newcastle United at St James&apos Park. Anthony Gordon scored the only goal of the game to inflict yet another away defeat on the Reds against a main rival.

You have to go back to October 2021 for the last time United beat a top-eight team on their travels in the Premier League, with their away record against the division&aposs elite under Erik ten Hag nothing short of atrocious. They have played Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle on their travels so far this season and have lost all three games.

The performance United produced at St James&apos at the weekend was well below the standards expected, with several members of Ten Hag&aposs squad failing to do the basics. It has automatically resulted in Ten Hag&aposs future being questioned.

As for Neville, United&aposs ongoing cycle of producing flat, uninspiring performances has led him to a point where he is now &aposbored&apos of watching them, admitting it is becoming tiring. He has also admitted that he is dreading the outcome of their trip to Liverpool later this month.

Neville, speaking on his Sky Sports podcast, said: “It&aposs well below par, it&aposs really disappointing, and I feel like the noise against the manager is starting to occur. There are then those same noises that say, &aposSurely we can&apost get rid of another manager, we&aposve got to get rid of the players because they are the ones who have got rid of the other managers&apos.

“We then turn to the owners, and I&aposm bored. I have become tired of my own club. I don&apost want to do their games [punditry/commentary] anymore, I don&apost 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, when you become tired of watching them.

“It is not just me, a couple of people in the last couple of weeks have said, &aposEnough&aposs enough&apos. The daft thing is, on Wednesday night [vs Chelsea] I will build my whole Wednesday night around watching Manchester United.

“That&aposs life, we go and watch them again, don&apost we? But that is how I feel: I feel tired of watching them. That is a sad position to be in.