Ex Manchester United striker Michael Owen cracks up and fires a brutal message to Erik ten Hag and gave major secret reasons why he should be sacked as coach from Old Trafford - soocer442
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Ex Manchester United striker Michael Owen cracks up and fires a brutal message to Erik ten Hag and gave major secret reasons why he should be sacked as coach from Old Trafford

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Michael Owen, a former scorer for Manchester United, thinks the Reds’ style of play under Erik ten Hag is terrible and says he has no idea what they are trying to do.

At the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City played. Marcus Rashford gave Manchester United the lead early on, but goals from Phil Foden (2) and Erling Haaland made it a pretty easy win for Pep Guardiola’s team.

As expected, United went into the game wanting to make City frustrated and hit them on the counter-attack. Their luck held out in the first half, but by the break, their plan was working.

Ex Manchester United striker Michael Owen cracks up and fires a brutal message to Erik ten Hag and gave major secret reasons why he should be sacked as coach from Old Trafford

After the break, though, they couldn’t even touch their guests; in the whole second half, they only had one shot. City should be praised for how well they played and how little damage they did to United. Owen, on the other hand, doesn’t understand what his old team is trying to do and says he can’t even describe the Reds’ style of play.

Owen told Premier League shows, “I said some time ago that we should get rid of Ten Hag.” When asked if United should fire Ten Hag, United should not. I believe they should.

There’s no way that the boss is to blame for everything. People who play go outside and play. The people he’s signed have been pretty average.

“I still watch United, but I have no idea what they want to do.” If someone who doesn’t watch football asked me what kind of team Manchester City are, I would say, “Oh, they love to attack and play the ball.”

It’s between Liverpool, Tottenham, and Aston Villa. I be able to say something about all of those teams.

“When someone asks, ‘Who are Man United?’ ‘I don’t know’ is what I would say. Are they a team that is based on possession? Responding to an attack? Take a seat? Garbage team? Just a normal team? Really, I don’t.

“That has to come from the manager and the way we’re going to play.” That direction doesn’t make sense to me. They will have lost now if they play open, attacking football at Man City, make five or six great moves, and still lose 6-2.

“Okay, they aren’t good enough because of certain players, but that’s how we are going to play.”







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