New Manchester United boss scolds Sky Sports reporter in awkward meeting

Erik ten Hag awkwardly shrugged Sky Sports reporter’s shoulders after not having a pleasant afternoon at Manchester United finding the mission ahead of him.

Ten Hag attended Selhurst Park on a Sunday afternoon. Because United’s utterly disastrous season ended aptly with a loss to Crystal Palace.

The team was spared the humiliation of playing in the Europa Conference League just by the fact that West Ham lost to Brighton.

The new Manchester United manager would have had to look really closely to find the positives in their match against Palace. The ‘highlight’ was Edinson Cavani swearing at a fan. presto.

Ten Hag probably wanted to leave the arena relatively quietly after completing his full-time job to reflect on whether he had done something wrong. But it wasn’t easy.

The Dutchman approached Sky reporter Gary Cotterill while leaving the game, but former Ajax manager security prevented Cotterill from putting him near Ten Hag.

“I’m happy to start? Do you want to stop right away?” Cotterill asked before security intervened between him and the new manager.

“Don’t push me. You’re on TV.” Eric, it’s not good to be controlled by the security team. Manchester United are a big club.”

Fans can forget Liverpool and Manchester City rivals next season and, as their current location suggests, West Ham and Leicester City rivals. Because Ten Hag’s rivalry is Cotterill.

Sky’s traveling reporter showed up at Ajax’s training ground last month for his first interview after the new Manchester United manager had just been announced.

This is run and run, and I’d love to see how many cases Ten Hag can ignore Cotterill!


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