Former Manchester United players Gary Neville and Roy Keane have been critical of the club's recent performances, saying that the standards have dropped dramatically.

Neville said that the team is "a mess" and that they are "not good enough". He also said that the club needs to "get their house in order" if they want to challenge for trophies.

Keane was even more critical, saying that the team is "embarrassing" and that they are "a disgrace". He also said that the players are "not fit to wear the shirt".

The criticism from Neville and Keane comes after Manchester United's recent poor run of form. The team has lost three of their last five Premier League games and is currently seventh in the table.

There are a number of reasons why the standards at Manchester United have dropped so dramatically. One reason is the lack of a clear identity or playing style. The team has changed managers three times in the last three years, and each manager has brought their own ideas. This has led to a lack of consistency and a team that is often confused about what they are supposed to be doing.

Another reason is the lack of investment in the squad. Manchester United have not spent any money on transfers in the last two years. This has led to a squad that is aging and lacking in quality.

Finally, the club's culture has become toxic. There is a lack of unity and togetherness in the dressing room. This has been evident in the way the players have reacted to defeats in recent weeks.

It will be difficult for Manchester United to turn things around in the short term. The club needs to appoint a permanent manager who can bring some stability and direction. They also need to invest in the squad and create a positive culture.

Only then will the standards at Manchester United start to improve.

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