Ten Hag respond to those who want to cause harm and get him fired.

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Eric ten Hag the manager of Manchester United uses a hashtag to respond to those who want to cause harm and get him fired. Whether it’s from netizens or former Red Devil alumni who make a living in front of the media. Tell the blood of a warrior like me. There is no word for giving up in the dictionary.

Ten Hag just scored two black bows in the Carabao Cup fourth round game, losing 0-3 to Newcastle yesterday. Setting a record of their 8th defeat from 15 games in all competitions in the new season. The most in more than six decades since the 1962-63 season ทางเข้า UFABET

Or will it be losing 5 out of the first 10 in every competition. Being the home team for the first time since the 1930-31 season or as long as 93 years?

This has led to a reduction in the rate of the next English Premier League head coach’s bounce rate. ‘ETH’ is the second favorite with a rating of 15/8 (bet 8, pay 15, not including capital). Second only to Paul Heckingbottom the head coach of Sheffield United. Bottom of the English Premier League table, collecting 1 Points from 10 matchdays (8/11)

But older brother Ten Haak is ready to take the blow. I will continue to control the army without thinking of giving up and resigning.

Opening his mouth on ‘MU TV’

“I have the blood of a fighter. And I know that there is no way for a football team to go up all the time.”

“This season we have had many games where performance has deteriorated. However, it must be dealt with under control. And don’t make excuses.” 

“Whenever form deteriorates Whenever the routine and playing methods are not the same as usual. Even in that situation, you have to get the result.” 

“The last two games on Sunday (losing 0-3 to Man City) and yesterday were far from our standards.” 

“We have to do the right thing and keep it at the level it should be. At least the minimum threshold to win the game.”

Ten Hag has a contract until June 2025. If he is fired at this time he will receive compensation of around £ 15 million.