Manchester United were outplayed in their 2-0 defeat to Everton on Sunday, with David Moyes coming in for extreme criticism in the aftermath of the loss at Goodison Park.
The defeat compounds a miserable debut campaign at the club for the Scot, who has struggled to live up to his billing as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor.
Jamie Carragher has slated the reigning Premier League champions, stating that the Old Trafford outfit’s showing on Merseyside was the worst of the campaign and that the side have lost the fear factor.
“That’s the worst I’ve seen from them over 90 minutes,” said Carragher on Sky Sports.
“When I played it was total dominance from Manchester United. I’m looking at this team and wondering why they didn't play like that when I was playing.
“Shinji Kagawa on the left wing must wonder what this English football is all about. Nobody seems to know what’s going on on the pitch or in the dug-out.
“You can’t see what the plan is, what they’re trying to do.”
For United fans the end of the season cannot come quickly enough, with a summer of investment in new players expected.
The side will miss out on Champions League football next season, with a big job on Moyes’ hands to get the club back to their former glories.