Ten Hag’ second season in charge of Manchester United is seeing the noble club about to collapse.
Manchester United recorded a fifth lost in the first ten opening games of the league campaign after losing 0:3 to rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford on Sunday.
This has become Manchester United’s worst start to a season in decades, but ex United captain and member of 1992 class, Gary Neville is confident Erik ten Hag is not the fundamental cause of the problem.
In an interview with Sky Sports, Gary mentioned having seen this club under four managers in the past, and all had struggled in their second and third seasons, trying out tactics that best suits their play.
Ten Hag’s job is secured at the time, as he’s got the full backing of the Glazer’s, but with potential take over of Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the Dutch man is most likely to seek job opportunities elsewhere.
Gary is of the submission that the unrest in the team is as a result of the club ownership saga, as no one knows who is to be offloaded when the potential owners take over the club, and as such the blame isn’t with ETH.