Manchester United have changed the bio on their official Twitter account after a fan ruthlessly called them out.
@utd_hub10 took to social media to highlight the difference between Man United's bio to their Premier League rivals.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea contained information about winning trophies and stopping hate in their respective bios.
Whereas Man United had information about selling more home kits, which angered one of their supporters online.
The Twitter user tweeted: "The Twitter bios of the clubs paint a very clear picture of what they are focused on.
"For City, Liverpool, and Chelsea it’s about winning trophies. For Manchester United it’s about selling more shirts. The club is a mess from top to bottom."
The Twitter bios of the clubs paint a very clear picture of what they are focused on. For City, Liverpool, and Chelsea it’s about winning trophies.For Manchester United it’s about selling more shirts. The club is a mess from top to bottom. #GlazersOut #MUFC #MCFC #LFC #CFC #PL pic.twitter.com/Zcpa7IJ65L— Hub (@utd_hub10) March 7, 2022
Man United have since edited their bio and removed the part of attempting to sell more shirts.
Their new bio reads: "The home of Manchester United."
@utd_hub10 reacted to the change, tweeting: "They took it down. LOL. Shows how frightened they are of us fans when we work together for something.
"They are terrified of losing their money. Shambles of a club."
They took it down. LOL. Shows how frightened they are of us fans when we work together for something. They are terrified of losing their money. Shambles of a club. pic.twitter.com/R4y42JvIF6— Hub (@utd_hub10) March 7, 2022
The fan anger comes after Man United were embarrassed by their cross-rivals Manchester City, who smashed Ralf Rangnick's team 4-1 on Sunday.
The Red Devils were accused of 'giving up' in the second half as Roy Keane pulled no punches in his assessment of his old side's showing.
Rangnick spoke candidly after the match and said there's a 'gap' between the two teams.
"Everyone knows how good they are. They are one of the top teams in the world and there is a gap between the two teams," he explained.
"I think we played a good, if not decent first half. We were competitive. Difficult to concede an early goal. We came back, scored a brilliant goal ourselves then conceded another on the counter.
"It was a very difficult game against one of the best teams in the world. We conceded a fourth in the last minute of the game. It is a difficult game that shows we have a long way to go to close that gap.
"It was working. For us it was clear if we want a chance to win the game we have to do a lot of running. You have to be in attacking and hunting mode and we did that in the first half. The third goal killed us off in the end.
"It's difficult, if we attack them very high there is a lot of negative running you need to do. The third goal is a brilliantly taken corner and it is almost impossible to defend that. The second half they were the better team and they showed the quality they have. We struggled especially after they scored the third one."
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