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Watch Fernandes shout at Man Utd team-mates before being called ‘f***er’

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FOOTAGE has emerged of Bruno Fernandes shouting at Manchester United team-mates before being called a f***er”.

The Portuguese spotted Fred and Alex Telles filming with Brazilian sports agency O Clube Football as they arrived at training.

Alex Telles and Fred look on as Fernandes jokingly berates them

The latter was filming a feature called “A Day in the Life”, when Fernandes trolled him.

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United’s midfield talisman shouted: “Stop being such ballers!”

He then added: “You are here to play football, not film it!”

After an exchange of swear words, Fernandes then yelled: “Film my d**k.”

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Fred hit back: “Chill out you f***er.”

The exchange occurred as United were suffering their worst season of the Premier League era.

And it wasn’t the first time Fernandes has moaned at Telles.

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Back in October 2020, the 27-year-old yelled at the full-back for not passing quickly enough in a training drill.

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This time around, fans had mixed feelings on Fernandes’ outburst.

One wrote on social media: “Bruno is definitely a leader. Just wish he made better decisions on the pitch…”

Another opined: “Bruno seems like the guy that everyone hates in the locker room. I don’t think his attitude helps as much as he thinks it does.”

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A third added: “Nobody needed this summer vacation more desperately than Bruno. He needs to recharge, seems to be really stressed out.”

Some liked the clip, however, with one writing: “Lol why did this just make my entire day 😂 Love Bruno.”

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Fernandes enjoyed a stellar first 18 months at Old Trafford, but struggled like the rest of the team last season.

He managed 10 goals in 46 outings in all competitions, also laying on 14 assists.

Fernandes and United endured a more difficult campaign

Source: The Sun

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