Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville fears Erik ten Hag could fall the same way as other post-Sir Alex Ferguson managers after presiding over a slow start to the season.
Ten Hag's men have lost three of their opening five matches so far this season as Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion all took maximum points off them.
The Dutchman performed well in his debut campaign in the Premier League, returning the Reds to the Champions League and winning the Carabao Cup in the process.
Prior to the start of the season, there was optimism Ten Hag could push on and take United a step further. But, the slow start has led to worries of a repeat of failings from other managers. READ MORE: Neville questions Ten Hag's tactics vs Brighton READ MORE: Ten Hag needs one United man more than most vs Bayern While Neville believes it is too early to condemn Ten Hag, he is worried underlying issues could halt any progress.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk