Erik ten Hag leaves Man Utd press conference after being compared to David Moyes

Erik ten Hag, manager of Manchester United, left his post-match press conference in frustration after his team secured a 2-2 draw against Bournemouth. The Dutchman was visibly annoyed and lost his temper when questioned about his team’s current league position, with United sitting sixth in the table, trailing Tottenham by 10 points. Furthermore, West Ham and Chelsea are closely trailing behind in the standings. The press conference became tense when Erik ten Hag was asked about the possibility of United falling below seventh place, which would mark the worst Premier League finish in the club’s history.

Feeling agitated, he chose to exit the press conference without responding further to the question. This move came amidst speculation about his position in the club, especially following the arrival of new minority stakeholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who did not publicly support him. After the game, Ten Hag expressed the need for patience from the supporters, emphasizing the team’s need to perform consistently at their best level throughout the entire 90 minutes, acknowledging the challenges they are facing.

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