• July 25, 2024

Man Utd bans three newspapers from questioning Erik ten Hag at press conference

Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, recently faced pressure in a press conference, where he refused to take questions from three media outlets: The Sun, Manchester Evening News (MEN), and The Mirror. This action was seen as a protest against the manner of their reporting, following a row with journalists who had criticized his team’s performance in the FA Cup tie with Coventry.

The fallout from the press conference came after a reporter from MEN had called for the sacking of Ten Hag, regardless of the team’s upcoming final appearance. Despite the controversy, Ten Hag has remained defiant, emphasizing the team’s focus on winning trophies and defending his record.

These developments have added to the perception that Ten Hag is under strain as he strives to prevent Manchester United from enduring their worst ever finish to a Premier League season. Despite this, the manager remains determined to lead the team to success, as they prepare to face Manchester City in the upcoming cup final.

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