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Manchester United’s manager, Erik ten Hag, has responded to recent criticism by urging his critics to consider his track record. Despite achieving significant success in his debut season, securing the Carabao Cup and a third-place finish in the Premier League, the current campaign has been more challenging for the Red Devils, with ten losses across various competitions and a seventh-place position in the Premier League.

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In the lead-up to the Premier League clash with Chelsea, ten Hag faced additional scrutiny as four journalists were banned from his pre-match press conference due to reports of discord in the dressing room. However, the manager defended his tenure, emphasizing that tough times are inevitable in any journey, but he believes the club is on the right path.

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“There will be always tough times in every journey. We are in the right direction,” stated ten Hag. “I know we will get there where we want to be. Because – see my record.”

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Ten Hag refuted claims that the team is not progressing, highlighting his consistent achievement of targets throughout his managerial career. He emphasized the importance of sticking to the plan and strategy, expressing confidence in reaching the desired goals if everyone remains united.

When questioned about a timeframe for achieving the desired level of performance at United, ten Hag was cautious in providing a specific answer. He acknowledged the high standards at the club, where winning every game is the expectation, but he emphasized maintaining a winning mentality without compromising the team’s culture.

“I demand of my team, my players to win every game. Doesn’t matter who the opponent is, and I will stick to that. That brought us last year very far,” ten Hag asserted. Despite the challenges, he expressed confidence in the players and emphasized that the high standards and winning mentality will be maintained to uphold the team’s culture.

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