DEVASTATING NEWS: News coming from and inside source in Manchester United has it that the squad are not happy with Erik Ten Hag’s policy and the way he handles the squad issues as there have been another disagreement between him and another outstanding player in the team. “He should go “

The players of Manchester United, who have had a dismal start to the season, are beginning to question Erik ten Hag's tactics at the Premier League team.


Man United is currently bottom of their Champions League group after suffering their ninth loss of the year in Copenhagen on Wednesday night.

In addition, they have lost five of their first 11 games in the Premier League, are currently ranked ninth, and have been ousted from the Carabao Cup.

The notable 1973–74 season, when Tommy Docherty’s club was sensationally relegated, was the last time United experienced defeat in nine of their first 17 games across all competitions. It is being stated that Man United players are starting to have doubts about their management.

inews reports that while a number of players have begun to question Ten Hag, the Dutch coach is still supported in the locker room as a result of the general sentiment that a manager facing such challenging circumstances deserves deserves.

Many people feel sorry for the Dutch coach because he has had to deal with player injuries that have been crucial, uncertainty around the takeover, and being on the losing end of referee calls. Unless things go much worse, his job is secure until the issue surrounding the club’s ownership is settled.

Several players, nevertheless, find it difficult to comprehend Ten Hag’s insistence on selecting 35-year-old Jonny Evans for “tactical reasons” over four-time Champions League victor Raphael Varane.

Varane did not start Man United’s two next key games—against Fulham on the weekend and in Copenhagen on Wednesday night.

Not everyone has agreed with Ten Hag’s stance on Jadon Sancho’s banishment, even though other forwards’ careers have taken a sharp turn for the worse.

After the international break, the 53-year-old has a critical few weeks ahead of him, and if things don’t improve, Man United might want a new manager by Christmas.

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