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Apologise To Ten Hag Before It’s Too Late –O’Shea Warns Sancho

Apologise To Ten Hag Before It’s Too Late   –O’Shea Warns Sancho

Former Manchester United defender John O’Shea has warned Jadon Sancho to extend his apology to manager, Erik Ten Hag before it’s too late.

The English winger has been banned from all first team activity involving United due to a bust up with manager Erik ten Hag.

After the Dutch head coach stated Sancho was not training to a high standard, the winger went onto social media to criticize his manager.


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Speaking to talkSPORT, O’Shea said:”Very simply for me, it boils down to an argument between the manager and a player. Ultimately, the manager generally wins and that’s always been the case.

“If Jadon wants to get back playing football for United as quickly as possible, look maybe he might not mean it but just go and apologize.

“Then you’re back involved in the squad and back involved with a chance to play. I know it’s not ideal with how public it’s been but it can be resolved very quickly.”

Early life

Sancho was born in Camberwell, Greater London to parents from Trinidad and Tobago. He was raised in Kennington, in South London.

He became friends with fellow aspiring footballer Reiss Nelson, who lived nearby, after they played together in youth tournaments. Growing up, he was a Chelsea fan, and idolised Ronaldinho and Frank Lampard.

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