Gabriel Agbonlahor, a former Aston Villa striker, has advised Premier League club, Manchester United.
He told Manchester United to tell their manager, Erik ten Hag to ‘just pack up’ and leave the club.
This was after a bad’ performance by Manchester United saw Brentford score four goals in 35 minutes in a 4-0 victory on Saturday.
The Dutch manager looked helpless and lost, just like his players, as he watched them crumble before his eyes on Saturday.
Goals from Josh Dasilva, Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo left Manchester United shell-shocked at the Community Stadium.
The defeat means that Manchester United have lost two of their opening matches to lowly rated Premier League sides after a 2-1 opening day home defeat against Brighton.
“This is not Manchester United,” Agbonlahor said on the Gameday.
“If I was them now after this game I’d be thinking, ‘You know what, Ten Hag, just pack up. He’s had pre-season and they have started the season in shambles, they’re like strangers on the pitch.
“Amateur from Manchester United.
“They’re not United they’re divided, and none of them are working for each other. Look at them, they’re like strangers on the pitch.
“It’s a shambles kit, shambles club at the moment.
“You’re just not the same Manchester United that you used to be.
“These results have been coming. Last week you lost and it wasn’t shocking, and this isn’t a shock to me