Manchester United fans thought they heard Gary Neville swear during Sheffield United game

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It's quite apparent that Gary Neville holds a lot of Manchester United's current players in total contempt. 

Then again, the Sky Sports pundit had reason to once again on Sunday afternoon as they headed to Sheffield United to try and arrest their awful away form.

Right from the off, the Blades were on the front foot; United managed one attempt to the newly-promoted side's seven in the first half. 

Chris Wilder's men were hugely impressive and would have opened the scoring earlier were it not for a fine double-save from David de Gea. 

Within minutes, though, the Spaniard had conceded, thanks in large part to Phil Jones' ineptitude. 

The defender got sat down by Lys Mousset and lay sprawled on his back as the forward raced into the box and John Fleck picked up the goods after de Gea had saved the initial attempt, making it 1-0. 

After the goal, Brandon Williams was deployed deeper to cover the former Blackburn man, who was then substituted at half-time and replaced with Jesse Lingard. 

From then on, the United players looked to be in meltdown. Harry Maguire was seen screaming at Daniel James, with Neville declaring: 

"If I were Daniel James I'd go and have a go back, say 'sort your own ship out'" - or is that what he said?!

Twitter was in uproar after 'mishearing' what Neville had said - Jamie Carragher even took to social media. 

Who could blame Neville if he did lose his cool?

His old side were abject at the back once again, Mousset then adding a second in the 51st minute. 

The irony is that Maguire had predicted a happy return to Bramall Lane, the club where he began his career.

Judging by the footage above, he was sorely mistaken. 

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