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Man Utd fans fume club is ‘rotten top to bottom’ after huge shock in FA Youth Cup as Jim Ratcliffe issued dire warning

FANS reckon Manchester United are “rotten from top to bottom” after they were dumped out of the FA Youth Cup by Swindon Town.

The young Red Devils, who are managed by Adam Lawrence, travelled to the County Ground home of the League Two outfit on Tuesday evening as heavy favourites.

Swindon Town's young guns dumped Man Utd out of the FA Youth Cup

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Swindon Town’s young guns dumped Man Utd out of the FA Youth CupCredit: Rob Noyes
Fed-up fans were quick to issue new chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe a dire warning

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Fed-up fans were quick to issue new chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe a dire warningCredit: PA

But it was Swindon that stole the headlines as a first-half double from Botan Ameen was enough to secure the giant-killing.

Both Jack Fletcher and Jack Kingdon came close with second-half chances but were denied by goalkeeper Redman Evans.

However, they were unable to find a way back to add further misery on what has already been an underwhelming campaign for Erik ten Hag’s side at senior level.

United have already been eliminated from both the League Cup and Champions League and are languishing down in seventh in the Premier League.

They also face a potentially tricky trip to Newport in the FA Cup.

And, after the latest disappointment for the club in the FA Youth Cup, fed-up supporters soon took to social media to issue a warning to Sir Jim Ratcliffe after his recent purchase of a 25 per cent stake in United for £1.03billion that saw him take over football operations.

Fans were quick to label the result “utterly embarrassing” as another called the club “completely rotten”.

A fellow fan echoed those sentiments by raging: “Embarrassing. This club is rotten top to bottom.”

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“No difference between the senior and junior team,” fumed another.

A fifth said: “Nothing involving United is a shock anymore…”

While another warned: “Radcliffe has even a bigger job than we thought.”

And a fellow supporter was left asking: “Man Utd are down so bad right now.

“How’s biggest club in the world’s academy so bad?”

Man Utd's Jack Fletcher pictured in action tonight with Swindon’s Alistair Stewart

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Man Utd’s Jack Fletcher pictured in action tonight with Swindon’s Alistair StewartCredit: Rob Noyes

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