What the papers say
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is defiant in turning around the club's fortunes after two successive 3-0 defeats. The first came against local rivals Manchester City in the Premier League, and the latter was against Newcastle in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
The Red Devils have lost five of their 10 home games this season for the first time since 1930.Continue reading...
- United crash out of Carabao Cup in 3-0 home defeat
- ‘We are in a bad place. I take responsibility for it’
A defiant Erik ten Hag insisted he is a “fighter” and possesses the confidence to reverse Manchester United’s fortunes after Newcastle knocked the holders out of the Carabao Cup.
This was United’s second successive 3-0 home defeat, after Sunday’s loss to Manchester City, which had not happened since October 1962. Ten Hag’s side have also lost five of their opening 10 matches at Old Trafford – the first time United have done so since 1930.Continue reading...