BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United legend has blast Erik ten Hag calling the worse coach he has seen after Sancho’s Dortmund redemption tour begins with a bang, silencing Man Utd doubters. After a difficult spell at Manchester United, Jadon Sancho has returned to Borussia Dortmund, and he’s already making a statement. The English winger’s performance on his Dortmund return has answered the critics who doubted his ability to succeed in the Premier League. ” I don’t seem to understand Erik ten Hag problem but for letting Sancho go he’s is crazy. he doesn’t deserve to be at Manchester United let alone their manager. Look at all that left under his management they are all doing well”.

With an assist in just his second game back for the Bundesliga team, Jadon Sancho, a winger on loan from Manchester United, delivered a strong message to former boss Erik ten Hag on his return to Borussia Dortmund.


Jadon Sancho entered the game as a substitute, replacing Jamie Bynoe-Gittens just 10 minutes into the second half. Without delay, he played a crucial role in Borussia Dortmund’s 3-0 victory against Darmstadt by setting up Marco Reus for the second goal. Sancho, making his first appearance since August, executed a well-timed run down the right channel and delivered a precise pass across the six-yard box, allowing the Germany international to secure the points for Eden Terzic’s team.

This marked Sancho’s return to action after being sidelined at Manchester United, where he faced exclusion from the team following criticism from coach Ten Hag. The 23-year-old, dropped for a match against Arsenal, claimed on social media that he was unfairly targeted for his team’s issues.

Despite the post’s eventual deletion, his refusal to apologize to Ten Hag resulted in his exclusion from the Old Trafford club, even being denied access to first-team training.  In his comeback with Dortmund, Sancho displayed a determination to prove his worth, contradicting previous critiques of his work ethic at United.

He exhibited a strong willingness to track back and contribute defensively, challenging the narrative surrounding his commitment to the team.  Sancho’s performance raises questions about Ten Hag’s handling of the player, particularly as the former Ajax boss publicly supported Antony, who had not recorded a goal or assist in any competitive match this season.

Dortmund, on the other hand, refuted any claims of discipline issues during Sancho’s earlier stint with the club. Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans Joachim Watzke dismissed rumors, stating, “Jadon Sancho has no discipline problem at all. I have no idea who invented that story.” This discrepancy in perspectives adds another layer to the ongoing discussion about Sancho’s situation and his return to form with Borussia Dortmund.

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  1. Roy says

    Don’t make the manager the scapegoat for Sancho’s failure to impress, Sancho failed at Man City, he failed under Ole Gunnar who brought him to United, he also failed under Ragnick. Sancho is not devoid of talent, but he lacks the attitude to make him exploit his talent or maybe he is best suited for bundesliga.

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