Tyson Fury Man United
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Tyson Fury sent a scathing assessment of the Man United players’ winning mentality following their lackluster defeat against Man City on their own turf Old Trafford.

Fury is most notably one of Man United’s most famous fans, with the two-time world heavyweight champion calling the Man United players out for their weak mindsets and lack of winners’ mentality.

Tyson Fury not pleased with what he’s seen

The “Gypsy King’, as he is most affectionately known, spoke to his 2 million followers on Twitter and 5.3 million followers on Instagram saying that Man United was taking a worse beating from Man City than Deontay Wilder (Fury’s conquered opponent) took in all of his fight against him.

Fury added that the Man United players were absolutely getting smashed out there and that it doesn’t seem to him like they’re digging in deep to try to win the game.

He accused them of being happy to get through the game and whatever happens, happens.

The champion boxer then shared some insights into his fight with Deontay Wilder, saying that when he was on the floor against Wilder or anyone he ever fought, he never ever believed that he was going to lose, choosing to believe that he would come back and win.

He said that that is called a “winner’s mentality” which is something the Man United players haven’t had in the last few games.

Threatened to come down to training

Fury then threatened with his fist clenched to come down to Man United’s Carrington training ground with former Manchester United player and legend Patrice Evra to give them some of that (the winner’s mentality), the hard word that they need.

He then signed off his video message ominously, saying: “See you all soon, be prepared.”

Lack of results

Man United has seen a lackluster run of form in recent weeks, culminating in defeats against City, Leicester, and most notably a humiliating 5-0 defeat against Liverpool under the watchful gaze of former United boss and legend Sir Alex Ferguson in the stands.

They are currently languishing in 6th place after early predictions of them actually challenging for the title this season with the acquisition of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, exciting teenager Jadon Sancho, and World Cup winner Raphael Varane.

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