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Andy Tate's Latest Rant About Manchester United Could Be His Best

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Andy Tate's Latest Rant About Manchester United Could Be His Best

Andy Tate has unleashed one of his trademark rants following Manchester United's loss to Manchester City last night and it could be the best yet.

United lost the game 3-1 after City ruthlessly scored three in the first half.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were ultimately flattered by the scoreline and Tate was furious at full-time.

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Tate begins the video by venting: "It shows where we are as a club."

United executive Ed Woodward was videoed looking visibly frustrated with his team's performance during the game but Tate had no sympathy for him.

"I was told during the game that cameras went on the directors box during the game and Mr Ed (Woodward) didn't look happy.

"Tough f**king s**t, he should try walking the streets, it's a slow death this club, it's like trying to put a plaster on a shark bite.

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"It will bleed, it will f**king bleed and it will die."

Presenter Adam McKola also asked for Tate's views on the abject first half.

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Image Credit: PA

"What can you say, just look at the first half. The midfield speaks for itself, it was men against boys and it was like a practice match for them (City)."

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He also goes on to say United need to use the January transfer window for 'major surgery' or they'll continue to fail.

Furthermore, he insists Solskjaer needs help this month and that he should be given the rest of this season to improve United's form.

"The entire club is now on death's door and it's like watching a loved one die a slow death."

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Image Credit: PA
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Tate ruthlessly puts down senior members of the United squad such as Phil Jones and Jesse Lingard for their lack of leadership.

In the case of Lingard, he states the 27-year-old could have signed his own 'death warrant' in relation to his United future.

Tate concludes the video by stating his admiration for young stars Mason Greenwood and Brandon Williams, who performed admirably.

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"The younger players are putting the older players to shame, it is what it is."

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Topics: Manchester City, Manchester United

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