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Erik ten Hag Warned of Possible Sacking by Man United’s New Minority Owner

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Erik ten Hag Warned of Possible Sacking by Man United's New Minority Owner

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Former Manchester United defender, Rio Ferdinand, has raised concerns about the future of manager Erik ten Hag at the club.

Ferdinand has warned that the team’s new minority owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, may not hesitate to sack Ten Hag if the team fails to secure a top-four finish this season.

Manchester United currently finds themselves in sixth place in the Premier League with only 12 fixtures remaining.

The team suffered a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Fulham at Old Trafford last weekend, leaving them 16 points behind league leaders, Liverpool.

When asked about Ten Hag’s job security, Ferdinand expressed his belief that the club’s new ownership structure could lead to a different outcome.

He highlighted the importance of various factors falling into place for Ten Hag to retain his position. Ferdinand also emphasized the potential impact of poor performances and a lack of harmony within the dressing room.

Ferdinand further noted that Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his team are not afraid to make significant decisions.

This suggests that if Manchester United fails to finish the season strongly and continues to struggle, the new ownership may not hesitate to make a change in management.

As the season progresses, Ten Hag will need to rally his team and deliver positive results to secure his position and meet the club’s ambitions.

This article was updated 2 months ago


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