All posts tagged: Erik ten Hag

Stormy Daniels details sex with Trump

Stormy Daniels details sex with Trump

[ad_1] Good evening. Stormy Daniels detailed having sex with Donald Trump as she gave evidence at the former president’s “hush money” trial in New York. Elsewhere, it has emerged that around 270,000 service personnel may have been affected by China’s hack on the Ministry of Defence. Stormy Daniels details sex with Trump [ad_2] Source link

Bruno Fernandes raises possibility of leaving Manchester United

Bruno Fernandes raises possibility of leaving Manchester United

[ad_1] Bruno Fernandes says he will consider his future this summer and that staying at Manchester United will be down to his club wanting him. As revealed by Telegraph Sport this week, United will consider offers for almost all of their squad this summer apart from a clutch of rising stars, and Fernandes has left the door open to a move. “Obviously, it doesn’t just depend on me, does it?” he said. “A player always has to want to be here, but at the same time, you have to want him to stay. At the moment, I feel there’s that on both sides. “I’m not thinking too much about the future, not least because, obviously, this season hasn’t been at the level I’d hoped for, either individually or collectively, so far. “So, if you want me to be very honest, if I have to think about not continuing in the Premier League, it won’t be until after the Euros because nothing will be able to take my focus away from the FA Cup final and …

What time is it and what TV channel is it on?

What time is it and what TV channel is it on?

[ad_1] The stage for the FA Cup final is set, and it’s going to be a Manchester derby for the second time in as many years. This year Manchester United reached the final thanks to a sketchy victory over Coventry City. The Championship team were 3-0 down deep into the second half of their semi-final only to score goals in the 71st, 79th and 95th minute. In extra time the underdogs thought they had the match won only for their winning goal to be ruled out for a marginal offside. Manchester United went on to win the tie in a penalty shoot-out.  In the other semi-final, Bernardo Silva scored the only goal as Manchester City beat Chelsea. The victory came just three days after Silva had missed a vital penalty in City’s Champions League quarter-final defeat to Real Madrid.  Should Manchester United win it would be their 13th FA Cup title and Erik ten Hag’s second trophy during his time at the club, after the League Cup victory last season.  If City win, it will …

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United: Prediction, kick-off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United: Prediction, kick-off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds

[ad_1] Erik ten Hag’s side have not won away from Old Trafford in the Premier League for more than two months, with United stumbling towards the end of the season in what could be the Dutchman’s final few weeks in charge of the club. It remains to be seen whether Ten Hag keeps his job, but a draw at home to Burnley last time out did little to lift the mood. There will be no Champions League football for United next season – sixth appears to be the best finish they can hope for. Oliver Glasner has led Palace away from the relegation battle and the Eagles will be full of confidence, having taken 10 points from their last four matches. Erik ten Hag’s future at Old Trafford remains in doubt Martin Rickett/PA Wire Date, kick-off time and venue Crystal Palace vs Man United is scheduled for a 8pm BST kick-off time on Monday May 6, 2024. Selhurst Park in London will host. Where to watch Crystal Palace vs Man United TV channel: The game …

Erik ten Hag labels reaction to Manchester United’s Coventry win ’embarrassing’ and a ‘disgrace’

Erik ten Hag labels reaction to Manchester United’s Coventry win ’embarrassing’ and a ‘disgrace’

[ad_1] Ten Hag admitted Antony should not have acted in such fashion but revealed that his behaviour was a reaction to early provocation from Coventry players. “Did you see the reaction of Harry Maguire?” Ten Hag asked. “He [Antony] was provoked. This was a reaction to that. You haven’t seen the provocation, you only saw the reaction. But he should not do it. “But I have also seen Harry Maguire straight after and others. We should acknowledge the performance from Coventry to come into that final and come back. We are for 70 minutes totally dominating the game by far and creating many chances and 3-0 must have been the game closed. But the return from their side was very good.” United play bottom club Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Wednesday night when Ten Hag could be without at least 12 senior players after his squad was further decimated by injuries sustained against Coventry. Ten Hag has doubts over Scott McTominay and Marcus Rashford and hopes Alejandro Garnacho and Bruno Fernandes can recover from …

‘He’s gone’ – Erik ten Hag decision ‘already made’ as Sir Jim Ratcliffe has new manager incoming

‘He’s gone’ – Erik ten Hag decision ‘already made’ as Sir Jim Ratcliffe has new manager incoming

[ad_1] Alan Shearer believes Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the Manchester United hierarchy may have already made their decision on Erik ten Hag’s future as manager. Ten Hag is under increasing pressure at United and his side’s limp collapse in the FA Cup semi-final against Coventry – which they only won on penalties after losing a 3-0 lead – has weakened his position. Thomas Tuchel, the current Bayern Munich manager and former boss of PSG and Chelsea, is the latest high-profile name to be linked to the United job with many now expecting Ten Hag to depart when the season ends. The Dutchman called speculation regarding his future “crazy” after the Coventry tie, but Shearer gets the sense that Ten Hag is running out of rope at Old Trafford. Speaking on The Rest is Football podcast, the former England striker said: “I think the future of the Manchester United manager is determined. Even if they win the FA Cup, I think he’s gone, I don’t think it matters. ALSO READ: Ten Hag responds to ‘crazy’ speculation …

Beating Liverpool can secure ten Hag’s Man Utd future

Beating Liverpool can secure ten Hag’s Man Utd future

[ad_1] United can beat most teams and still face criticism if the performance is not up to scratch, as was the case against Everton last weekend. When United face Liverpool, it is always about the result. The two clubs’ position as England’s most successful means there is more emotion around these meetings than any in the fixture calendar, only the city derbies getting close. Winning feels more satisfying and losing stings more. Managerial changes have often followed the realisation one club has fallen too far behind their north-west neighbour, and particularly poor showings in this fixture for coaches who are already under pressure have a habit of setting the stopwatch for the end of a reign. Brendan Rodgers’ fate was sealed after defeat by United in September 2015, as it later emerged FSG had their first meetings with Klopp in New York shortly after. Jose Mourinho was sacked as United manager after defeat at Anfield in 2018, the hot-blooded reaction to being outplayed demanding immediate reassurance to the fanbase a change of directions was afoot. …

Ten Hag’s curious assessment of United at odds with straight-talking Ratcliffe’s ‘misery’

Ten Hag’s curious assessment of United at odds with straight-talking Ratcliffe’s ‘misery’

[ad_1] Four successive league wins had given United some confidence and momentum but this was a return to darker days. Incredibly, United had put themselves in position to claim an unmerited point when Harry Maguire equalised in the final minute of regulation time during United’s one, brief period of sustained pressure in the game. A draw would have been harsh on Fulham and, after some of United’s last gasp victories this season, Silva must have feared his side could also be the victim of a late sucker punch. Instead, it was Fulham who landed the fatal blow. The clock was showing 97 minutes when substitute Adama Traore broke away down Fulham’s right, skipping past Christian Eriksen and Maguire before cutting inside and finding Iwobi. He sized up Andre Onana’s net, gave the United goalkeeper the eyes and sent the ball into the near corner. Onana did not move. It was a superb finish. Fulham had not won away from home in the Premier League since an opening-day victory against Everton but were now celebrating only …