have a go at

have a go at somebody

to criticize someone angrily Andy decided to be quiet and let his critics have a go at him.
See also: have

have a go at something/doing something

to try to do something take a crack at something/doing something Tyler is having a go at a career in music. Let me have a go at getting that window open.
See also: have

have a go at somebody

 
1. (British & Australian informal) to criticize someone angrily She had a go at me over breakfast this morning - she said I wasn't doing my share of the housework.
2. (British & Australian informal) to attack someone physically A couple of kids had a go at him as he was leaving school.
See also: have