Ten Hag REACTS Over Possibilities Of Final Game As United Boss

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Erik Ten Hag will be playing his final home game this season tonight against Newcastle United, MySportDab reports.

There are talks making round that it could be his final game as Manchester United manager based on how things have been.

Erik Ten Hag chances of being sacked is incredibly high and his current situation isn’t changing anytime soon with more injuries happening.

However the game tonight against Newcastle United could be one where his goodbyes will be needed as anything could happen.

Manchester United will have two games at hand after tonight with their crucial Emirates FA Cup final against Manchester City which could as well define their season.

News came in claiming the devils decided on not holding their award celebration which was scheduled to happen earlier.

There isn’t any form of happiness around the team with a lot going wrong and possibly the award night might not happen.

However Erik Ten Hag remain the center of attention with everything being tied to him and his team for failing to get things right.

Reports from Fabrizio Romano confirmed comments from the Manchester United boss who had a lot to say concerning tonight game being his last.

Here Is What Was Said:

‘Erik ten Hag on tonight’s game as goodbye for him: “It’s not how I feel it and how I see it”.

“It is not the way I go to start that lap of honour for the fans, no. The answer to the questions you made so often: same answer”.

There are still some little chances of the coach staying longer than expected if the new owner is willing to keep him beyond the season.

Erik Ten Hag still remain in an uncomfortable position which he hopes everything work out as he want to remain at Manchester United beyond the current season.

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