Manchester United’s manager Erik ten Hag spoke to deny rumours of him losing the 50% of the dressing room after the loss against Newcastle United in their last Premier League game.
Following Manchester United’s recent defeat against Newcastle United in the Premier League, manager Erik ten Hag has emphatically denied rumors suggesting a chaos within the team. Speculation had surfaced, hinting that ten Hag had lost the support of 50% of the dressing room following the disappointing result.
Addressing the media, ten Hag firmly dismissed the rumours, saying, “I am sure that players are behind me. The stories in the media about players are not true. No issues, also no chaos in the dressing room.” These statements aimed to quash any doubts regarding the unity and harmony within the squad.
The loss to Newcastle had undoubtedly intensified on ten Hag, with pundits and fans alike questioning the team’s overall performance and the manager’s ability to rally the players. However, ten Hag’s response suggests a steadfast confidence in his leadership and a belief in the squad.