Erik ten Hag angrily left the press conference after being asked about the issue of Man Utd risking setting a humiliating record

Erik ten Hag abruptly left a press conference upon being informed of a humiliating record that his Manchester United team is in danger of establishing.

Ten Hag took offence to being told of a dreadful stat United are facing

The Dutch coach was not in a pleasant mood after his team’s disappointing 2-2 draw against Bournemouth.

Furthermore, following Newcastle’s decisive 4-0 victory over Tottenham in the early Saturday match, United’s position dropped to seventh place.


Ten Hag addressed the media following the match against the Cherries, but became angry in response to a comment made by a journalist.

The former Ajax manager was informed that if Manchester United were to finish below seventh place, it would mark the club’s worst performance in the history of the Premier League.


Ten Hag, visibly displeased, stood up from his seat and remarked, “I choose not to provide any commentary.”


“That is irrelevant at present.”


Ten Hag’s response follows our disclosure that Man Utd’s players are apprehensive about Erik ten Hag’s resignation, which he now accepts as inevitable at the conclusion of the season.


Several Manchester United players have observed a shift in the attitude of the Dutch manager in the past few weeks.


This occurred subsequent to the new part-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, declining to provide a public expression of support.


Furthermore, ten Hag suffered a setback as John Murtough, who was previously serving as Director of Football, departed from his position last week.

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