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Man Utd Manager Erik ten Hag Gives “Sour” Post-Match Briefing After Bournemouth draw

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Man Utd Manager Erik ten Hag Gives Sour Post-Match Briefing After Bournemouth draw

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The post-match briefing of the Manchester United manager ended on a sour note as he was compared unfavorably to the David Moyes season.

After the draw with Bournemouth, Erik ten Hag, the United manager, refused to respond to a question about the possibility of the team experiencing their worst season in the Premier League era. Although United managed to avoid what could have been their 13th defeat of the season, the draw meant that they fell behind Newcastle into sixth place.

This loss in position was compounded by the fact that United now have fewer points after 32 games compared to the 2013-14 season under David Moyes. That season, United finished in seventh place, which was their worst league finish since coming 16th in the first division in 1989-90.

When the possibility of a repeat of that dismal season was raised, Ten Hag walked out of the press conference, refusing to comment on the question. He deemed it unimportant in the current moment.

United’s recent form has been worrying, with only one win in their past seven league games and a four-game winless run, which is their joint-longest of the campaign.

Ten Hag attributed this slump to the squad’s injury list. Despite the challenges, Ten Hag expressed his belief in the potential of the available players.

However, he acknowledged that young players can make mistakes and emphasized the need for consistency in their performances.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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