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Ten Hag punishes Manchester United players after a historic defeat

Erik ten Hag (right) had a busy schedule during his team’s match against Liverpool.Photo: Cornerstone

Losing 7-0 is always painful, and receiving it from one of your biggest competitors only makes it worse. But for the Manchester United players, the nightmare did not end after the trivial defeat against Liverpool.

Manchester United’s legendary manager, Alex Ferguson, was feared by his players for his so-called “Fohn letters”. He yelled at his players so much that their hair was blown like a hair dryer.

Erik ten Hag chose a completely different approach after the match against Liverpool. The Dutchman forced his players to sit completely quietly in the dressing room after the loss and listen to the players, staff and fans celebrate the Reds’ historic victory. According to a report issued byMirrorHague should have encouraged his players to use this as an incentive not to give up in future matches.

In addition, the “Red Devils” coach is said to have told his players in the dressing room that they were lucky to be able to return to Manchester with the team bus and not with the angry fans still paying money for the trip to Liverpool.

The disaster recovery for the players also began early Monday morning at the Carrington training ground. Ten Hag had to warn his players that if something like what happened against Liverpool happens again, they won’t get another chance and will be demoted to the under-21 side.

In the future, the Dutchman will increasingly allow his players to work with the sports psychologist Rainier Koers, who uses him. In doing so, he wants to prevent players from returning to the patterns of recent years, which have been marked by failure. (Mother)

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