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Former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has criticized Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, questioning his tactics and the apparent lack of structure in the team.

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According to Fabregas, under former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United had a clear plan, but something seems to be missing under Ten Hag.

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Ten Hag had an impressive first season at Old Trafford, securing the EFL Cup and reaching the FA Cup final despite Cristiano Ronaldo’s mid-season departure. The team also finished third, ensuring a return to the UEFA Champions League.

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However, Ten Hag has struggled to replicate that success in the current season.

“I don’t know his game-plan. I don’t know if he has structure, I don’t know what his message is,” remarked Fabregas on the Planet Premier League podcast. “At least, with Solskjær, there was a plan – defend well and have great breaks.”

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