Man Utd player told team-mate to ‘concentrate on your own f*****g game’ in bust-up

An inquest held between Manchester United’s stars after their derby defeat boiled over when one star told his team-mate to ‘concentrate on your own f*****g game’.

Erik ten Hag encouraged his players to hold a frank discussion concerning their own performance 24 hours after the team were beaten 6-3 by Man City at the Etihad.

The Dutchman wants his players to constructively call one another out so that they are more responsible for their performances.

In previous years, too often have United players blamed the manager and his tactics rather than diagnosing their own failures.

Ten Hag gave every member the opportunity to speak up during an inquest at the club’s training ground on Monday.

Scott McTominay and Lisandro Martinez were reported to be two of the most vocal during the inquest, according to the Sun.

But while the exercise was good for clearing the air, tensions boiled over at one point when one United players took umbrage with a team-mate calling him out and said: ‘Concentrate on your own f*****g game’.

Though Ten Hag is believed to have smoothed tensions after the flare-up and he was actually encouraged at the level of passion being shown.

But, he warned his team that they’d be better off showing the passion on the field, rather than off it.

The Red devils have the chance to show their fighting spirit when they take on Everton at Goodison Park tonight.

Raphael Varane will now undergo a late fitness test after limping out of the derby with an ankle injury.

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