David Beckham is ‘frustrated’ with Inter Miami’s MLS mediocrity, while Phil Neville says his Man United colleague has demanded more.

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David Beckham is ‘frustrated’ with Inter Miami’s MLS mediocrity, while Phil Neville says his Man United colleague has demanded more.

David Beckham is dissatisfied with Inter Miami’s MLS difficulties, according to PHIL NEVILLE.

Becks’ squad needs to win its final three regular-season games to have a chance of making the playoffs.

Miami, on the other hand, travels to Atlanta on Wednesday night knowing that it will take a football miracle to keep a miserable season alive.

Beckham is back in South Florida, where he attended Saturday’s 5-1 thrashing of Cincinnati at Drv Pnk Stadium.

“There is irritation there from [Beckham], as there is from everyone,” Neville remarked.

“We’re almost entirely reliant on the efforts of others to bring us into the playoffs.”

“I believe he expected us to be better than we were, but he recognizes the problems we face and the obstacles we’ve overcome.”

“The talks I’ve had have matched the conversations we’ve had as a team, and it frustrates me.”

“With the players we have, we should be higher up the table.”

“His requests are that he be given more. I’m in the same boat as you.

“He only gave us one challenge: win the next three or four games.” Let’s end on a high note.” ⚽ For the most up-to-date rumours, rumors, and completed transactions, visit our Football news live blog. Neville had a breakdown in front of the press earlier this month, accusing MLS officials of cheating.

The Inter Miami manager was enraged after his club’s goal was disallowed in a 1-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls, and he slammed the league’s officials for ‘cheating’ his squad again.

He’s been fined since then, and he’s promised the league that his actions will not be repeated.

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