“Ten Hag is happy now, isn’t he”- Chelsea boss Boss Pochettino calls out Erik Ten Hag after controversial referee decision hurts Chelsea and costs them a win against Man united last night. - soocer442
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“Ten Hag is happy now, isn’t he”- Chelsea boss Boss Pochettino calls out Erik Ten Hag after controversial referee decision hurts Chelsea and costs them a win against Man united last night.

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“Now that Ten Hag is content, isn’t he?”Boss Pochettino criticizes Erik Ten Hag following a contentious refereeing decision that cost Chelsea a victory against Manchester United last night.Mauricio Pochettino attributed Chelsea’s 2-1 loss to Manchester United to fatigued players, but he acknowledges that this is “no excuse” for the club’s inability to “match the Red Devils’ aggression and energy.”Following Robert Sanchez’s apex save on Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick, Scott McTominay scored twice to secure the victory for Erik ten Hag’s squad at Old Trafford.

 

 

 

 

Although Cole Palmer scored the visitors’ lone goal just before halftime, the west London club suffered their sixth loss of the season. However, Pochettino stated in his post-match press conference that he was not concerned about the outcome.

 

 

 

 

He told Sky Sports, “I’m not concerned because there are too many circumstances that need to be explained as to why we underperformed.”

 

 

 

 

Thus far this season, the Blues have dealt with a lengthy list of injuries and have also had crucial personnel miss time due to suspensions; Conor Gallagher, who was dismissed in the weekend victory over Brighton, will miss today’s match.

 

 

 

 

Additionally, Pochettino disclosed earlier this week that he had been displaying his squad videos of the “silly” yellow cards they had received throughout the season in an effort to reduce the number of suspensions.Additionally, the Argentine manager asserted that his squad’s energy levels may have been depleted by the lengthy duration of the match and the rapid turnaround and travel to Manchester, which necessitated the use of ten men.

 

 

 

 

“Playing with Brighton for an extended period of time with one less player may have affected our energy, and we need to recover too many players from injury in order to be more competitive and have a variety of options,” he said.

 

 

 

 

“That is not an excuse; they simply were superior.” What is the percentage involved? Possibly ten percent, but we must maintain our concentration, rest our athletes, and prepare for Sunday.

 

 

 

 

“We are missing players; we faced Brighton with nearly the same lineup for the first half, and we were down a man for sixty minutes.”

 

 

 

 

A number of Blues players are presently sidelined due to injuries, including Romeo Lavia, Christopher Nkunku, Trevoh Chalobah, and Ben Chilwell.

 

 

 

 

However, Pochettino redirected his focus to their opponents, asserting that United had a marginally extended interval between matches subsequent to their 1-0 loss to Newcastle on Saturday.

 

 

 

 

“Manchester United had an additional day to prepare, and our bench was stacked with numerous young players.” Although not an excuse, such is the actual situation.

 

 

 

 

“We gave it our all, but we fell short in terms of aggression and energy.” “This does not make me disappointed in any way.” We generated opportunities, potentially sufficient to salvage a draw in the game.

 

 

 

 

United, meanwhile, have been in the public eye this week due to the exclusion of multiple journalists from attending press conference hosted by Erik ten Hag on behalf of the Red Devils.The press conference of Hag.

 

 

 

 

The Dutch manager stated, in retrospect, that although he relished watching his squad on Wednesday night, they still have a significant amount of work to do before they are considered complete.Following Robert Sanchez’s apex save on Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick, Scott McTominay scored twice to secure the victory for Erik ten Hag’s squad at Old Trafford.

 

 

 

 

Although Cole Palmer scored the visitors’ lone goal just before halftime, the west London club suffered their sixth loss of the season. However, Pochettino stated in his post-match press conference that he was not concerned about the outcome.

 

 

 

 

He told Sky Sports, “I’m not concerned because there are too many circumstances that need to be explained as to why we underperformed.”

 

 

 

 

Thus far this season, the Blues have dealt with a lengthy list of injuries and have also had crucial personnel miss time due to suspensions; Conor Gallagher, who was dismissed in the weekend victory over Brighton, will miss today’s match.

 

 

 

 

Additionally, Pochettino disclosed earlier this week that he had been displaying his squad videos of the “silly” yellow cards they had received throughout the season in an effort to reduce the number of suspensions.The press conference of Hag.

 

 

 

 

The Dutch manager stated, in retrospect, that although he relished watching his squad on Wednesday night, they still have a significant amount of work to do before they are considered complete.Following Robert Sanchez’s apex save on Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick, Scott McTominay scored twice to secure the victory for Erik ten Hag’s squad at Old Trafford.

 

 

 

 

Although Cole Palmer scored the visitors’ lone goal just before halftime, the west London club suffered their sixth loss of the season. However, Pochettino stated in his post-match press conference that he was not concerned about the outcome.

 

 

 

 

He told Sky Sports, “I’m not concerned because there are too many circumstances that need to be explained as to why we underperformed.”

 

 

 

 

Thus far this season, the Blues have dealt with a lengthy list of injuries and have also had crucial personnel miss time due to suspensions; Conor Gallagher, who was dismissed in the weekend victory over Brighton, will miss today’s match.

 

 

 

 

Additionally, Pochettino disclosed earlier this week that he had been displaying his squad videos of the “silly” yellow cards they had received throughout the season in an effort to reduce the number of suspensions.The press conference of Hag.

 

 

 

 

The Dutch manager stated, in retrospect, that although he relished watching his squad on Wednesday night, they still have a significant amount of work to do before they are considered complete.Following Robert Sanchez’s apex save on Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick, Scott McTominay scored twice to secure the victory for Erik ten Hag’s squad at Old Trafford.

 

 

 

 

Although Cole Palmer scored the visitors’ lone goal just before halftime, the west London club suffered their sixth loss of the season. However, Pochettino stated in his post-match press conference that he was not concerned about the outcome.

 

 

 

 

He told Sky Sports, “I’m not concerned because there are too many circumstances that need to be explained as to why we underperformed.”

 

 

 

 

Thus far this season, the Blues have dealt with a lengthy list of injuries and have also had crucial personnel miss time due to suspensions; Conor Gallagher, who was dismissed in the weekend victory over Brighton, will miss today’s match.

 

 

 

Additionally, Pochettino disclosed earlier this week that he had been displaying his squad videos of the “silly” yellow cards they had received throughout the season in an effort to reduce the number of suspensions.

 

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