Loosing twice at start is something that has never occur in Manchester United club, however Ten Hag happens to be the first manager who lose his first two games.
Erik ten Hag knew life at Manchester United would be tough but he would not have expected to have broken a 101-year record for all the wrong reasons.
He’s become the first Reds manager to lose his first two games since 1921, and as a result, his club sit bottom of the Premier League with Liverpool next up. Yesterday’s mauling at the hands of Brentford was a new low for United.
Fingers have been pointed in all directions but the loudest voice post-match was Gary Neville’s. He called for United officials to shoulder the blame for being unable to provide Ten Hag with the recruits he needs.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains unclear, as the chase for Frenkie de Jong continues to drag on.
Mauricio Pochettino explains why Manchester United could benefit from Mauro Icardi amid links
Mauricio Pochettino has described Paris Saint-Germain striker Mauro Icardi as a player that “every team needs” amid reports linking him with a move to Manchester United.
It has been reported from overseas that Icardi’s agent and wife have held discussions with United over the possibility of him completing a move to Old Trafford. Icardi has been deemed surplus to requirements in the French capital and the club is working to find him a new home before the transfer window closes.