Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag forced to step in after three players ignore coach in training
Erik ten Hag dressed down his Manchester United players following repeated mistakes made by the trio of Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot, and Marcus Rashford.
This was revealed in a video posted to the Red Devils’ social channels, McClaren and Van der Gaag can be heard calling out errors made by individuals. Ten Hag then steps in to give his players a dressing down.Information Guide Nigeria
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Bruno Fernandes was the first player to make a mistake as he passes to Anthony Elanga’s left side. The move prompts McClaren to shout: “On the right foot Bruno! On the right foot!”
But the message clearly did not register as right-back Dalot then made the same error, passing to Scott McTominay’s left side instead of his right. “On the right!” can be heard in the background.”
Rashford, who will hope for a fresh start under Ten Hag, is the third player to repeat the mistake as he passes to the wrong side of Anthony Elanga. A loud groan can be heard before a coach exclaims: “To the right, Marcus!”
It is at this point that Ten Hag gets involved, saying loudly: “Hey, we are making too many mistakes!”JAMB Result
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