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Ten Hag babbles as dismissal nears, denies blame for pricey signings!

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Post time 12-6-2024 06:48:16 | Show all posts |Read mode
Since taking over as manager, Manchester United's Ten Hag has continuously made astonishing statements. Recently, he made another explosive statement in defense of his failed signings. In an interview, Ten Hag claimed that all failed signings were not his responsibility and he should not bear the main blame, instead, the blame should fall on the former football director of Manchester United.

With his position as manager becoming increasingly unstable, rumors of Ten Hag's imminent dismissal are circulating from various sources. Perhaps to defend himself, Ten Hag has become more assertive. One of the major criticisms of Ten Hag is that he spent a lot of money—over £400 million in transfer fees—but failed to produce results, leading to doubts about his managerial abilities.

Facing this criticism, Ten Hag has taken a firm stance, stating that the high transfer fees are not his problem. He said, "The prices Manchester United paid were indeed high, but I am not responsible for that. The club conducted all negotiations, including those with players who had great potential but ultimately did not come. Therefore, people think the club's acquisition policy is disastrous, but reality is much more subtle."

Ten Hag's implication is that Manchester United's negotiator, the former football director John Murtough, needs to take the blame. However, not everyone agrees with Ten Hag's statement, as players like Anthony were strongly requested by Ten Hag to sign, but after joining, Anthony failed to perform at the expected level, let alone justify the €100 million fee. Therefore, this is a problem with the coach's own coaching.

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Post time 12-6-2024 08:22:38 | Show all posts
People in key positions often speak insincerely while in office, so it's quite normal. Therefore, I think what Ten Hag is saying now might actually be his true feelings, it's the time when he can speak truthfully. That's the reality of society.
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Post time 12-6-2024 14:47:44 | Show all posts
Ten Hag, as the head coach, must undoubtedly bear the primary responsibility for the team, even if he continues to shift blame and act foolishly, it will be of no avail....
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Post time 13-6-2024 07:53:13 | Show all posts
Ten Hag, this guy, bought so many high-priced players, how many kickbacks did he take in the middle? Everyone knows it. It's just that there's a friend who understands finance, and he's leveled all the kickback money. Where do you go to investigate? You can't find anything at all. Now with so many teams, there's no need to report Manchester United's news anymore. The glory of Manchester United has disappeared since Sir Alex Ferguson in the last century. Now it's the era of Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City, and you could even say it's Tottenham's era. Look, can Manchester United produce a star now? Even Tottenham can produce a star like Son Heung-min, but who can Manchester United rely on? It's just these journalists who report news. If it weren't for them, no one would even know Manchester United still exists. Let Manchester United continue to fight internally. When they've worn down the players' tempers and worn down the fans' tempers, no one will watch their games anymore, and then they'll be completely hopeless!
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Post time 13-6-2024 12:44:16 | Show all posts
If Ten Hag can't handle it, he should step down early. Holding on here won't make up for anything.
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Post time 14-6-2024 06:04:30 | Show all posts
In the world of football, with so many coaches, when it comes to shamelessness, Ten Hag claims the second without even daring to claim the first. So, it's not surprising at all that Ten Hag can say such things. However, winning the FA Cup championship in the final moments of this season, I think the likelihood of Ten Hag being sacked is not very high. After all, if Manchester United were to sack Ten Hag, they would have to pay a hefty compensation fee, which is a significant expense. It's better to use that money to buy some promising young players. This season, plagued by injuries, Manchester United's performance has indeed been poor. So I think let Ten Hag lead for another season, a healthy season, to make Ten Hag lose with dignity.
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Post time 14-6-2024 12:35:33 | Show all posts
After his stint with Manchester United, Ten Hag's career has been somewhat derailed. Once a promising young manager, he's now seen a decline in both reputation and ability. His prospects for landing another top job seem bleak, with little hope of returning to a major club....
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Post time 14-6-2024 21:04:19 | Show all posts
Haha, someone I know went to watch the Manchester United vs Manchester City match at the pub the other day. Turns out, almost 90% of the crowd were Manchester United fans. They were cheering loudly as United won, and my friend told me, 'These are true love fans, they stick around no matter what. Even though United has been struggling, they continue to support.' However, he noticed three foreign (white) guys at the venue who were actually Manchester City fans. But since there were so many United fans present, they just silently rooted for City throughout the match. So, there are still many United fans out there whom we can't quite understand - even when the team is struggling, they still show so much 'love'?
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