-Advertisement-
-Advertisement-

Manchester United experienced their lowest-ever Premier League finish in the 2023/24 season under Erik ten Hag’s leadership, concluding the campaign in eighth place. This marked a significant departure from their previous worst finish, seventh place under David Moyes.

-Advertisement-

Despite securing a 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion on the final matchday, Newcastle United’s win against Brentford ensured they maintained a higher position than the Manchester side.

-Advertisement-

The win, fueled by goals from Diogo Dalot and Rasmus Hojlund, prevented United from setting a new record for their lowest points tally in Premier League history.

Get Instantly Update By:  Joining Our Whatapps and Telegram Channel 

 

 

Reflecting on the disappointing season, Ten Hag admitted, “It is not good enough by far.” He acknowledged the team’s shortcomings but refrained from delving into specifics at that moment.

Furthermore, United ended the season with a negative goal difference for the first time in their history. While they finished the 2021/22 season with a goal difference of zero, this campaign saw them slip to -1 after conceding 58 goals and scoring just 57.

Despite the challenging season, United must now prepare for the upcoming FA Cup final against Manchester City, who clinched the Premier League title with a convincing 3-1 victory over West Ham United on the final day.

Ten Hag faces mounting pressure as Sir Jim Ratcliffe enters his first summer as owner, with reports suggesting a potential managerial change regardless of the FA Cup final outcome.

-Advertisement-