Erik ten Hag - Manchester United manager

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Jacob

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Hope the rumours are true and he wants to get things done before end of May.
 

Adamsk7

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Honestly if any of our fans get on his back next season, I think I am done with fan forums/YouTube etc. the guy has a monumental job, one where let’s face it there’s more probability of failure than success. These players have downed tools for three managers and if they do it again, we cannot act like the managers are the issue.
 

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Doesn't look good overstepping your boundaries more like. The cheek of this guy to try to push his way past security and then calling himself the victim. I wonder if he'd call a pitch invader a victim for being manhandled by security :lol:
 

The Bloody-Nine

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Honestly if any of our fans get on his back next season, I think I am done with fan forums/YouTube etc. the guy has a monumental job, one where let’s face it there’s more probability of failure than success. These players have downed tools for three managers and if they do it again, we cannot act like the managers are the issue.
There will be people calling him a clueless fraud who should be sacked after a couple of losses. Guaranteed.
 

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First task for Erik is to get rid of the many players that put themselves first instead of the club. Next step is getting rid of the loads of players that are past their best and should have been sold years ago Lingard, Jones,Mata etc

Next is looking at strength and conditioning. 9 first team players out injured today WTF?

Finally bringing in players that will give their all for the badge and deliver leadership on the pitch. Best of luck to Erik you'll need it.
 

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First task for Erik is to get rid of the many players that put themselves first instead of the club. Next step is getting rid of the loads of players that are past their best and should have been sold years ago Lingard, Jones,Mata etc

Next is looking at strength and conditioning. 9 first team players out injured today WTF?

Finally bringing in players that will give their all for the badge and deliver leadership on the pitch. Best of luck to Erik you'll need it.
Part of me wonders how many of those first teamers are genuinely injured or “injured”
 

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First task for Erik is to get rid of the many players that put themselves first instead of the club. Next step is getting rid of the loads of players that are past their best and should have been sold years ago Lingard, Jones,Mata etc

Next is looking at strength and conditioning. 9 first team players out injured today WTF?

Finally bringing in players that will give their all for the badge and deliver leadership on the pitch. Best of luck to Erik you'll need it.
This is a major, major fecking issue.

Our fitness record is a disgrace. We've been playing once a week for months, knocked out of everything nice and early, and yet still we haven't been able to cope. Liverpool and Chelsea and City have all played tons more games than us and never seem to have anywhere near the same injury problems.

Whatever the feck the problem is, it needs to be sorted.
 

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Well there's nowhere to go but up from here, at least he doesn't have much to live up to. Improving on this season can hardly be a herculean task.