Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho criticised "man-hunting" and "wickedness" against him and his team and said young players such as Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay were struggling to deal with the pressure.
The former England manager has been a vocal critic of Ashley's reign for many years now, having resigned as Newcastle boss in 2008 due to allegedly been forced to sign players by the club's board against his wishes.
United take on Newcastle at Old Trafford from 5.30pm tomorrow.
Poor performances have been compounded by off-field problems during an uncomfortable start to the season at Old Trafford, with the relationship between Mourinho and star midfielder Paul Pogba creating unwanted headlines.
United were woeful in the first half and were two down inside 10 minutes but looked a completely different team after the interval as Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Sanchez turned the game on its head in the final 20 minutes.
Manchester United are on the eighth place in the Premier League table and won only four out of the eight league games.
And Sanchez proved the hero, scoring his first Premier League goal since March 31 by heading home in the 90th minute before United waited out five minutes of added time. We think the fans deserve better.
"When they have top class players these things can happen". I think, to be honest with you, I'm furious.
"This team can do much better than what it's doing and the team will do much better than what it's doing, but if you want me to repeat, I repeat".
The paper says elsewhere that United will have to cough up £29 million in order to get rid of the Portuguese manager now, which is a testament to how well Ed Woodward has managed the club in his time in charge.
"(Here) I'm losing 2-0 at home in a very important match, the fans were fantastic, I'm grateful for that".
'Players are a little more fragile to a certain extent and they need an arm around the shoulder, they need a lift, they need someone to say they are good players for them to respond.