Players at Manchester United already believe that manager Erik ten Hag's strategy is inappropriate for their talent level.
The players have different opinions about how they should approach Monday's crucial match against Liverpool, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Last season, United struggled against Jurgen Klopp's team, losing 5-0 at Old Trafford and then 4-0 at Anfield later in the year.
However, according to the same article, Ten Hag is thinking of benching captain Harry Maguire for the game.
This season, Maguire has started both of United's Premier League games, which have ended in losses to Brentford and Brighton.
On Monday night, the Red Devils will host Liverpool, who are now last in the league standings for the first time since August 1992.
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