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Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, accepts full responsibility for the crushing loss to Bournemouth.

Erik ten Haf, the manager of Manchester United, has accepted full responsibility for the team’s horrific 3-0 loss against Bournemouth on Saturday.

Manchester United delivered another vicious performance on another day. The Red Devils were unable to muster any kind of response on Saturday, losing 3-0 to Bournemouth, who are now in the lower part of the table, after winning 2-1 against Chelsea midweek.

Erik ten Hag, the manager, accepted full responsibility for the outcome and United’s inconsistent play in 2023–24 after the defeat.

via Romano Fabrizio:

“I must accept accountability for it. We truly need consistency. I recognize that supporters are angry and dissatisfied. We should all strive to do better and demonstrate this in each game rather than having wildly different levels from one to the next.

“You must always play with your best effort, beginning with concentration. You end up dead when you start out the way we did. They are formidable rivals, but we must perform better.

Manchester United has just 27 points from 16 games, which puts them in sixth position in the standings. Their pitiful total of just 18 goals in Premier League competition is perhaps the most worrying aspect. Right now, not a single player can be counted on in the last third.

Throughout the season, the Red Devils haven’t won more than two games in a row in any kind of competition. Eventually, they will perform admirably, but until then, Hag’s warriors are a terrifying sight to behold.

Some others think the dugout needs to be changed and are screaming for the Dutchman’s head. Contradictory reports have suggested that the players are dissatisfied with the manager and his training methods, but the players on the field are ultimately responsible for the lack of success.

Although they have already been eliminated from the competition, United will be hoping to end their Champions League season on a high note on Tuesday when they play Bayern. Furthermore, at this rate, a spot in the UCL for next year is improbable.

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