The Man Utd star rants on Instagram about ‘nobody wants sloppy seconds’ after Man City won the treble and edged out Rio Ferdinand

MANCHESTER UNITED star Brandon Williams showed his bitterness after rivals Manchester City won the treble.

Rodri scored the winner as City beat Inter Milan 1-0 in the Champions League final.

Brandon Williams wasn't happy with Manchester City's treble win


Brandon Williams wasn’t happy with Manchester City’s treble winPhoto credit: Getty
Williams referred to Manchester United's treble win in 1999


Williams referred to Manchester United’s treble win in 1999
He also had a pop at the Rio Ferdinand


He also had a pop at the Rio FerdinandPhoto credit: Instagram

It is the Citizens’ first time winning the competition and beating United in the FA Cup final last week means they have secured the treble after winning the Premier League last month.

United are the only other team in England to have managed such a feat and defender Williams decided to remind his rivals of that fact.

After the finale, he continued to write Instagram: “No one wants sloppy seconds 😵‍👹👹👹.”

Williams also criticized Rio Ferdinand after the BT Sport pundit congratulated Jack Grealish and his City team-mates on their historic win.

The left-back felt Ferdinand was wrong to praise City given his loyalty to United.

He added: “@rioferdy5 I bet you wouldn’t congratulate if you were [a] Player. Keep the same morals. Two faces are boring.

Fans were divided over Williams’ comments, with some confused by his reaction.

One wrote: “What a clown.”


Another added: “New contract needed. He is a club legend.”

A third said: “What is he talking about? 😂”

And another commented: “So embarrassing.”


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