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Ten Hag sack: The Manchester United manager gave a harsh evaluation of his performance and said, “Time’s up.”

After receiving a harsh evaluation of his tenure at Old Trafford and coaching skills, Erik ten Hag has been informed that his days as Manchester United’s manager are numbered.

Having won the EFL Cup and placed third the year before, the Red Devils have clearly declined this season. Nine of Manchester United’s first eighteen games in all competitions have resulted in losses. With two games remaining in Group A, they are presently bottom of the group after suffering three losses in the Champions League.

A historic shift is underway with Sir Jim Ratcliffe anticipated to acquire a 25% share in Manchester United.

The first person to fall from the ranks of those working behind the scenes is CEO Richard Arnold. The Telegraph claims that John Murtough, the director of football, is “vulnerable” and might follow.

Ratcliffe will consult with Sir Alex Ferguson, the famous manager of Manchester United, when making important choices. With six candidates already in the race, Ferguson may get the chance to choose Murtough’s replacement.

The Sun continued by claiming that Ratcliffe is prepared to approve a team “reset,” which would come as a shock to the Manchester United players.

Even while most sources indicate that Ten Hag will not be fired, there have been whispers that he will.

However, prominent commentator and former England player Jermaine Jenas believes Ratcliffe ought to release Ten Hag with a fierce demeanor.

As per the Manchester Evening News, Jenas gave a sharp evaluation of Ten Hag’s rule, condemning both his recruiting and tactical skills.

Jenas remarked, “I see players who don’t know what to do; I don’t see players who have given up.” There’s not enough coherence.

“I don’t believe Ten Hag has the necessary skills. There’s nothing about his management style that would lead me to believe he’s the most qualified to steer them in the correct way.

That’s a big one for me: Considering the guys he is purchasing, I have no idea what his goal is. Instead of doing what is best for Manchester United, he is merely purchasing what makes him feel good.

Ratcliffe and Brailsford’s stances on the Ten Hag bag

After Sir Alex Ferguson left the squad a little more than ten years ago, it is generally accepted that Man Utd has far weaker hiring practices.

Ratcliffe plans to revamp the team’s transfer approach, and judging by his acquisitions, Ten Hag seems to have made a number of errors.

Mason Mount has spent a substantial £55 million, but his impact has been minimal. Christian Eriksen and Casemiro have just been together for a year, yet already there are concerning deterioration indicators.

Rasmus Hojlund, a forward valued at £72 million, has not yet had an impact in the Premier League.

Jenas’s harsh criticism of Ten Hag’s supervisor at United is unlikely to change very soon, despite the fact that Jenas may have had some point.

An ESPN update on Ten Hag’s status on November 13 stated that Ratcliffe and Sir Dave Brailsford, the head of INEOS, “have been impressed by the job done by Ten Hag since he took over as manager in 2022.”


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