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“British players are leaking stories against Ten Hag” — Goldbridge



"British players are leaking stories against Ten Hag" -- Goldbridge

Prominent Manchester United fan and YouTuber, Mark Goldbridge, has recently dropped hints suggesting he knows the identity of the player allegedly leaking stories from the dressing room against Manchester United boss, Erik ten Hag to the media.

This revelation comes on the heels of a disappointing start to the season for Erik ten Hag’s United squad, which has raised questions about the team’s cohesion and performance.

After a promising first season under Ten Hag’s management, many expected Manchester United to mount a serious challenge against Premier League heavyweights like Manchester City and Arsenal.

However, the club has struggled, managing to secure only six points out of a possible 15.

Their Champions League campaign kicked off with a 4-3 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich, further adding to their woes.

Reports have emerged suggesting that Erik ten Hag might be losing control of the dressing room, with discontentment among some players regarding his training methods.

In response to these rumors, Mark Goldbridge took to social media to hint at the player he believes is behind the reported leaks.

In a cryptic message, Goldbridge stated,

“British players leaking against Ten Hag to the MEN again….and not Rashford btw.”

Following the recent defeat against Bayern Munich, Ten Hag openly criticized his team’s defensive performance, stating,

“You have to look in the mirror because the goals were easy giveaways. We were in the first 25 minutes better in the game than Munich and then that goal, it was so easy and it was not only Andre.”

He emphasized the need for determination and better defensive efforts from both individuals and the team as a whole to secure victories.

Ten Hag continued, expressing his concerns about the ease with which opposition players were penetrating their defense, saying,

“That’s what I mean, you have to suffer, sacrifice in situations, to give everything and to stop that, and only when we get that in are we going to win games.

“The way Sane came through can’t be. And the second goal; it’s almost similar over the other side. How easy players come through our box and to finish, it can’t be.”