MANCHESTER, England (AP) — In the face of reports of player unrest, Erik ten Hag is convinced his Manchester United plans are on track. After a 10th defeat of the season against Newcastle last week, the United manager has been confronted with stories that his methods had been called into question by sections of the locker room. But the Dutchman is adamant his squad is united. "You can see you can’t play such great football as we did lately if there is no unity,” Ten Hag said Tuesday. “We are on
City are chasing a fourth successive title.
The Dutchman insisted there were “no issues” with player unhappiness.
The Blades fired Heckingbottom after they slipped to the bottom of the Premier League table.