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United Players Feel Ten Hag Is Robotic- Kaveh Solhekol

It appears Manchester United is battling growing cracks among the first team as it is reported that Manager Erik ten Hag has lost 50% of his dressing room.

According to a report by Kaveh Solhekol, Sky Sports News chief reporter, the “disillusioned” players feel the Manager is too robotic and bossy.

“Erik ten Hag is the boss. He is the one who calls the shot, he is not for turning, he is going to do things his way.”

According to him, the frustration stems from Dutch’s style of play and mode of coaching.

“Some of the payers are confused about what is happening and he has lost elements of the dressing room. {I’m told} he has lost about 50% of the dressing room. Quite a few players are unhappy with the style of play. They also feel they are training too hard and they are running too much during training and I’m told the players don’t know what they are running for.”

Some senior players are said to have approached him about their sentiments to no avail.


“Also some senior players have spoken to Erik ten Hag about where they feel they are going wrong. They have spoken to him about their experiences in other big clubs and they feel he should be a little bit touchy-feely and management could be a little bit better.”

His style and nature, he reported, had cost him elements of the dressing room.

“{I’m told} he has lost about 50% of the dressing room”

All these succeed ten Hag side’s 1-0 defeat to Newcastle over the weekend, their tenth this season and their exit from the English Football League while they hold a slim chance of progressing to the Champions League last 16.

Ten Hag was appointed Manager for United in April 2022.

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