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Manchester United players who don't want to be at the club and have an issue with Ralf Rangnick have been told to "f**k off" by one fan, who has nailed the problems at the club.
United's first loss under their interim manager against Wolves on Monday night have been followed by rumours of up to 11 players being unhappy at the club.
Whilst the players are seemingly blaming the manager for the issues, fans are starting to turn on the players somewhat and one fan absolutely nailed the problems.
Steve Howson, who often divides fans' opinions, has got it spot on with criticising the players and saying those that don't want to be there shouldn't be.
Howson points out that the players, many of who have been there for the past few years, have now thrown the past three managers 'under the bus.'
Problems between Jose Mourinho and the players led to his downfall before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over the reigns at Old Trafford and managed to get the players back on side.
By the time the Norwegian was sacked in November the players were once again not really playing for their boss and now Rangnick is the latest manager they reportedly aren't fans of.
Amongst them are Anthony Martial, who has told Rangnick that he wants to leave the club and United are open to letting him go in January.
Sevilla are favourites to sign the France forward but their first loan offer was to cover only half his wages and the Premier League side rejected it straight away.
Luke Shaw's post match interview, after the game against Wolves, was hailed as brutally honest for criticising the players, saying, "We need to bring the intensity and more motivation. Inside the dressing room, we know what we want but out on the pitch we need to give 100 per cent.
"To win these types of games we all need to be 100 per cent committed. It is tough and disappointing."
The lost against Wolves left Rangnick's side four points behind Arsenal, who currently occupy the final Champions League spot, and 22 points behind leaders Manchester City.
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