By Paddy Kenny

11th Nov, 2021 | 6:30pm

Pundit tells Man United stars to 'delete Twitter' after 'embarrassing' behind-the-scenes reveal

Man United stars should “delete Twitter” rather than rely on social media executives to orchestrate their output.

That is the view of ex-Premier League goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about developments at Old Trafford.

United’s CEO of media Phil Lynch has come under fire this week for his recent interview with SportsPro Media.

Lynch described how the media team used “fan sentiment graphs” to guide players’ social media “narrative”.

Red Devils legend Gary Neville tweeted on 7 November that Lynch was guilty of “creating robots on and off the pitch.”

United have won just one of their last six league matches and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under intense scrutiny.

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This site revealed on 10 November that the Norwegian boss will lose his job if he does not oversee an upturn in form after the international break.

Kenny sided with Neville over the Lynch interview and told United’s stars to take a long, hard look at themselves.

“When I saw it, I was cringing so badly,” he told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams.

“It’s embarrassing. What is the point of having social media if you’re not even going to use it yourself?

“You may as well delete Twitter. What’s the point in having the blue tick and then getting someone else to type out your tweets.

“They are turning into robots. You just think, wow. It’s absolute nonsense, classic Man United.

“The players aren’t performing so they should come out and be honest. This guy is meant to know what’s going on.

“Surely he must have known there would be this backlash? It’s ridiculous.”

In other news, pundit insists Man United struck by “big blow” after “sensational” Paul Pogba report.