Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s former Manchester United teammate, Dwight Yorke, believes the club has not improved under Erik ten Hag’s management.
Dwight Yorke points out Ten Hag He has led United to more defeats in the Premier League than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, so he wasn’t impressed by the fact that Ten Hag captained them to League Cup final victory over Newcastle United in February, or that they would play the FA Cup final against Manchester City on June 3. .
– This season’s results were not good enough and Ten Hag must be to blame, says Yorke writing in the English tabloid. daily Mail.
Dwight Yorke played 96 times for Manchester United from 1998 to 2002.
United’s previous profile refers to the dreaded match against Liverpool, when the club lost 7-0 at Anfield on March 5. He was also unaffected by Manchester United’s exit from the Europa League against Sevilla in the quarter-finals, 5-2 on aggregate.
Ten Hag is praised when a team does a good job, but has to accept criticism when it’s bad too, says Yorke.
But it is losing out in the Premier League that worries him most, and Yorke is unsure if the club has made progress since Solskjaer was sacked in November 2021.
– The fact that Ten Hag are losing nine Premier League games means some questions have to be asked, York says according to the Daily Mail and continues:
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has achieved better results than Ten Hag in two full seasons as manager of the club. People talk about the progress we’ve made and that the gameplay is better now. But the results were not good enough this season. Manchester United are looking over their shoulders and trying hard to hold on to fourth place. But I’m not sure if this is where the club wants it.
Manchester United lost eight matches in the English Premier League with Solskjaer as coach in the 2019/2020 season, and six matches in the following season.
Manchester United host Wolverhampton at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon. Liverpool are just one point behind United, but Liverpool have played one game more. Liverpool face bottom club Leicester on Monday.
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