goodbye ! Scholes analyzes Ten Hag’s future with Manchester United.

Browse By

  • Paul Scholes believes Eric ten Hag will not be manager of Manchester United again next season.
  • Scholes thinks Sir Jim Ratcliffe has made up his mind about the Dutchman’s future.
  • Manchester United are a whopping 11 points adrift of Champions League places with 11 games remaining.
goodbye ! Scholes analyzes Ten Hag's future with Manchester United.

Paul Scholes believes Eric ten Hag will not be manager of Manchester United again next season. Thinking Sir Jim Ratcliffe has made a decision on the Manchester United manager’s future. Dutch already

“What we are seeing is millions of miles away from the teams that are in contention for the league title. Every season is so far away. I think they (INEOS) have made a decision. I don’t think Ten Hag will stay in charge next season,” Scholes said.

“From the interview we heard with Sir Jim. I think the club has had a bit of a negative image over the last 10-11 years and especially over the last two years. *I don’t think he’s happy.

If they’re looking for a new manager right now. I’m not saying it was the right decision.”

“I feel a bit sorry for Ten Hag, he did well in his first year, he won the championship, he is looking to build on that in his second season. He has many injured players. And to be honest, He has no excuse.”

“Many teams have injuries, but Manchester United have an important player injured. I can’t remember how long the original back four have been on the field continuously. And that really affects your ทางเข้า ufabet team.”

“New owners always change managers. And especially with the way they play, their position in the league and how things have been over the last few seasons. I just think they will make changes.”

Manchester United just lost to Manchester City 3-1 on Sunday. They are now 11 points clear of Champions League places with 11 games remaining.

They have lost their last two league matches and the Manchester Evening News reports that Ten Hag’s position is faltering.