Manchester United Make Final Decision On Sacking Erik ten Hag’s After FA Cup Final

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Manchester United have decided to part ways with Erik ten Hag after the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Ten Hag, who has been with the club for two years, is set to depart after a challenging season.

Despite reaching the FA Cup final, where they will face local rivals and Premier League champions Manchester City,

United have largely underperformed in Ten Hag’s second season at the club, finishing eighth in the Premier League.

This marks Manchester United’s worst league performance in 34 years.

Ten Hag’s team also lost more games than any other United side in the Premier League era and finished with a negative goal difference for the first time since 1990.

United enjoyed a promising first season under Ten Hag, finishing third in the Premier League and winning the Carabao Cup,

but they have failed to build on that platform this year and it looks set to cost the 54-year-old his job.

Asked about the intense speculation over his future at his pre-FA Cup final press conference, Ten Hag said: ‘I have nothing to say.


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‘I am just focusing on the job I have to do and that is first to win the game on Saturday and then keep going in the project.

Every game I want to win and that is it.’

Asked weather he was planning for next season:

‘Yes of course but my focus is on Saturday. I only think about this game.

‘But every season we review and we will see where we are in the project and what we have to change.

There are some very good things, with players coming up and developing.’

Amid the speculation and uncertainty over Ten Hag, Manchester United will try to win the FA Cup for a 13th time at Wembley on Saturday – only Arsenal have more with 14 titles.

But the Red Devils must beat a Manchester City side who last week clinched a record-breaking fourth successive Premier League title and have their sights set on unprecedented back-to-back domestic doubles.

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