Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand caused the failures of Ralph Rangnick after the 4-0 defeat to Liverpool on Tuesday night.
The former defender is angry at the current culture that has infiltrated the club in recent years.
Ferdinand noted that there is no “fear” among the players about the possibility of disciplining the staff.
A large group of first-team players headed to Manchester last month to celebrate Eric Bailly’s birthday.
While Ferdinand did not mention that particular incident, he insisted that players should be “slaughtered” if they dared to step out of line.
Talking about Atmosphere with Five YouTube channelFerdinand said: “There must be fear, man.
“There has to be a ‘awf if I get out of line, if I go to a nightclub on the wrong day I’ll get slaughtered’—not only by a big guy but also by a coach, because they’ve got their ears rested on the ground and people will tell them.
“This is how it should be managed – you go out in town at the wrong time, you need to check.”
Ferdinand has joined a long list of Manchester United legends to lament their poor performance at Anfield.
The six-times Premier League winner noted that the current group of players believes they are untouchable.
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He continued, “I don’t know if this is happening now. Players don’t even think if the time is right to do it on social media, or with a business partner.
“They don’t have those moments of thinking ‘Should I, right?'” They think ‘No one can touch me’.
“Football teams with the right culture don’t work that way. Players can manage themselves out of fear of disappointing the person at the top.”
Finally Ferdinand targeted the soul within the team, or the lack thereof.
The Manchester United icon saw: “I don’t see team spirit – something going on in the game goes against the tactics they put in and gets folded like a deck of cards.”