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Four things Erik ten Hag got wrong today as Man United lose tense encounter with Newcastle.

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At St. James’ Park, Newcastle defeated Manchester United for the second time in a month, resulting in their sixth Premier League loss of the season.”I deeply regret selling Him; I desperately want to apologize to Him and meet with Him again so He can

rejoin us; He is the primary cause of our demise.” Erik Ten Hag admits he regrets the manner in which he handled the £45 million hero when he was released from the club, and he now desires his return – but not De Gea.Four errors were made by Erik ten Hag as Manchester United lost a tense match against Newcastle today.The Frenchman meandered aimlessly around the field, appearing decidedly indifferent. He even got into an altercation with Ten Hag on the field after Ten Hag accused him of failing to track back as Newcastle launched a counterattack. It was an indisputable error to select a feeble Martial over a ravenous Hojlund with a point to prove, considering the strength and physical prowess of Howe’s side. At precisely 61 minutes, the former Monaco player was captivated, which came as no surprise.While Anthony Gordon scored the game’s lone goal, the Magpies were capable of scoring three or four. As Eddie Howe’s squad bombarded Andre Onana’s box, the visitors exerted considerable pressure on their adversaries for the majority of the evening, controlling only 40% of the ball.United was still reeking the repercussions of Wednesday’s abysmal 3-3 draw with Galatasaray when Erik ten Hag was faced with several significant decisions prior to tonight’s frigid match in the even colder north-east. Describe his performance, beginning with the errors he committed.

 

Considering the quality – or lack thereof – of Anthony Martial, his substitute, Rasmus Hojlund was undoubtedly the man to lead the line from the start today, despite the fact that he has not exactly struck the ground running at Manchester United.Four errors were made by Erik ten Hag as Manchester United lost a tense match against Newcastle today.”I deeply regret selling Him; I desperately want to apologize to Him and meet with Him again so He can rejoin us; He is the primary cause of our demise.” Erik Ten Hag admits he regrets the manner in which he handled the £45 million hero when he was released from the club, and he now desires his return – but not De Gea.

 

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