BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United legend Schmeichel has been left baffled by Erik ten hag poor tactics and poor substitutions against man City and is calling on the club to dimiss him. ” In a bombshell interview, Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel has urged the club to recall former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, saying that current boss Erik ten Hag is “overhyped” and lacks the necessary experience to succeed at Old Trafford. Schmeichel, who won five Premier League titles with United under Sir Alex Ferguson, believes that ten Hag has not proven himself at the highest level and does not possess the “intangible of being a united coach. “Peter Schmeichel Urges United to Recall ‘Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’ – Calls Out Ten Hag’s ‘Lack of Experience'”.


Peter Schmeichel expressed astonishment at Erik ten Hag’s tactical decisions during the Manchester derby on Sunday, where Manchester United suffered a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City despite initially taking the lead through Marcus Rashford’s impressive goal. City dominated possession for much of the match, with Phil Foden scoring two exceptional goals after halftime, followed by Erling Haaland sealing the win late in the game.

Schmeichel, who has played for both Manchester clubs, voiced his concerns about Ten Hag’s choices, particularly his substitutions of Kobbie Mainoo, Jonny Evans, and Rashford when United needed to respond to City’s goal. He questioned the logic behind removing key players, including pace and defensive strength, at crucial moments of the game. Schmeichel highlighted the contrast with Pep Guardiola’s minimal substitutions strategy, suggesting that Ten Hag’s decisions seemed puzzling.

Although Sofyan Amrabat and Antony replaced Mainoo and Rashford, their performances were disappointing, and rookie defender Willy Kambwala came on for Evans. Ten Hag later justified his substitutions, explaining that Mainoo, Evans, and Rashford were fatigued and playing through injuries, necessitating their withdrawal despite their contributions to the game.

United’s defeat marks their 11th loss in the Premier League this season, potentially jeopardizing their chances of finishing in the top four. Their focus may shift to securing a top-six position, with upcoming home matches against Everton and Sheffield United. Ten Hag expressed hope that injured players, particularly Evans and Rashford, will recover in time for the next game against Everton, emphasizing the importance of player rehabilitation during the international break.

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