HomeEPL News

Man United Can’t Afford To Sack Ten Hag –Scholes

Man United Can’t Afford To Sack Ten Hag  –Scholes

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has warned the Red Devils to resist any attempt of sacking manager Erik Ten Hag.

Scholes was speaking at the final whistle of United’s 4-3 Champions League defeat at FC Copenhagen.

He said on TNT: “I still don’t feel like there’s that much pressure on Erik ten Hag. He had a good year and bought some time. He’s had bad injuries but nine defeats in 17 is not good enough.

“I know United have sacked before, but I don’t think they can afford to keep doing that.


Read Also: ‘Let’s Do It Again’ — Business Tycoon Tafida Charges Super Eagles To Go For The Ultimate Prize At AFCON 2023

“Ten Hag got unlucky tonight, but United put up a good fight. They lacked a bit of leadership. It’s not easy to play away in Europe.

“It’s just that collapsing that’s hurting them. Once they concede one it feels like another is coming. You can’t keep doing that every week.”

Scholes was born in Salford, Greater Manchester. On his mother’s side, his grandmother came from Ireland while his grandfather was from Northern Ireland.

The family moved to Langley, Greater Manchester, when he was 18 months old, where he lived on Bowness Road and Talkin Drive. He attended the St Mary’s RC Primary School in Langley.

The first team he played for was Langley Furrow. Scholes also excelled at cricket. At age 14, he began training with Manchester United.

He later joined as a trainee upon leaving the Cardinal Langley Roman Catholic High School in Middleton during the summer of 1991. In his final term at school, he was selected to represent Great Britain National Schools in football.[citation needed

Copyright © 2024 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.


Update cookies preferences