DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from United, few man Utd legends are calling for the the eviction of Erik ten Hag and labeled him “NAIVE”. Since Erik ten Hag took over as manager in the summer of 2022, his Manchester United side have been accused of failing to perform in big games when away from home. Scholes accused where he believed the problems lay, pointing the finger at the man manager. It’s time for him ” Erik tan hag” to go, with all his time in the Premier he still hasn’t learnt anything. United legend blows hot.

Since Erik ten Hag became manager in the summer of 2022, Manchester United has been accused of underperforming when playing away from home in important games.


With West Ham humiliatingly defeating Manchester United on Saturday, Paul Scholes accused Erik ten Hag of being “naive” away from home.

Under the Dutchman, United has frequently had trouble travelling and competing against teams that are regarded as being stronger. Even though they played to a creditable 0-0 draw at Anfield on Sunday, they were thrashed 7-0 at the same venue the previous season, and their trips to Tottenham, Arsenal, and Newcastle resulted in zero points this season.

Furthermore, the problems aren’t limited to the Premier League. The Red Devils’ miserable early exit from the Champions League was largely caused by the fact that they only managed one point from their three away games during the season.

Working for TNT Sports, Scholes pointed the finger at the manager and explained where he thought the issues were: “They struggled last year in the big games and I also felt that it was naive going to good away grounds and playing with one holding midfielder and the rest being attacking,” he said, prior to kickoff at the London Stadium.

“Ten Hag wants to play that way, but you can’t afford to play that when you play big teams in England.” He’s had a lot of trouble finding the right balance, and today’s matchup with West Ham is crucial because you can be sure they’ll be well-prepared.”

Ten Hag unexpectedly started 19-year-old defender Wally Kambwala in his starting lineup with Raphael Varane out due to illness and Harry Maguire suspended. Scholes was initially worried about the visitors’ chances, saying, “They (West Ham) are difficult to play against but they also have the brilliant forward players that can cause you trouble.”

The iconic Manchester United player’s concerns were well-founded. Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus both scored goals in the second half to defeat United 2-0; the Red Devils are now eighth in the standings.

Ten Hag is under even more pressure as a result of the outcome, and he cannot afford another loss when his team hosts Aston Villa on Boxing Day. Even though United lost their most recent game in front of their home crowd, 3-0, to Bournemouth, that matchup will at least take place at Old Trafford.

Their dismal performance coincides with Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s impending announcement that he will buy a twenty-five percent share in the team. Furthermore, Ten Hag’s position will probably be the first thing on his agenda before the crucial January transfer window.

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