Mark Goldbridge has engaged in a war of words with former Manchester United defender Paul Parker after being told he's a "problem".
YouTuber Goldbridge is best known for his live streams and videos about United. They've helped him become a leading figure in the fanbase on social media, where he also offers his views on the club.
Parker, who won two Premier Leagues, one FA Cup, one League Cup and a Community Shield under Sir Alex Ferguson from 1991-1996, spoke out this week to condemn Goldbridge. He told BonusCodeBets: "I don't like what Mark Goldbridge is doing.
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"It's a problem. Everyone has to make a living but you have to be very, very thick skinned to make money off the back of something you don't like.
"He has no relationship to Man United, he is a Nottingham Forest fan. It's an incredible skill to do that, actually… to make money on the back of something you don't like.
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"He is attacking the club, the manager and the owners of a football club that you don't even love. He has no inner feeling with the club and it's a scary but incredible feeling to have to be that invested in a club that you don't support."
Goldbridge, whose real name is Brent Di Cesare, has previously admitted he went to Forest matches with his dad as a youngster, but explained he became a Red Devils fan through his grandad on his mum's side after his parents split when he was six.
He issued a response to Parker via talkSPORT, for whom he has his own show, saying: "I find it really disappointing, because I've done content with Paul in the past and I actually liked him when he played for England and Manchester United, I've met him.
"I just feel that these sort of comments are really sad and ill-advised because one, they're not true, and when you're saying things that are not true about people, you've got to be very, very careful what you're doing.
"There are numerous big topics to discuss about and apparently I, as a YouTube influencer or whatever he called me, is a big problem.
"I want a full sale, I want the Glazers out, I fully back this manager, I think there are certain players that need to be sold who are holding the club back. If that's what Paul Parker thinks is a problem, then I think Paul Parker is a problem."
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