Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag lashes out at English pundits in explosive interview ahead of FA Cup final


Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has lashed out at “so-called experts” in the British media during an explosive interview ahead of the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Ten Hag finds himself under huge pressure heading into Saturday’s match at Wembley after a torrid second season in charge at Old Trafford.

United finished eighth in the Premier League, their worst league finish since 1990, and are at real risk of failing to qualify for European football next season.

They could still secure a place in the Europa League but must find a way to beat Premier League champions City this weekend.

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Reports on the eve of the match claimed Ten Hag is set to be sacked regardless of the result against Pep Guardiola’s side.

The Guardian claim that United have already drawn up a five-man shortlist of potential replacements for Ten Hag; Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino, Graham Potter, Thomas Frank and Kieran McKenna.

If Ten Hag is sacked, it will be the most significant move made by Sir Jim Ratcliffe since INEOS purchased a minority stake in United and assumed control of football operations at the club earlier this season.


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