“Too Many Mistakes” – Ten Hag BLASTS Man Utd Players In Training (VIDEO)

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has been seen blasting his players in a training session video, MySportDab reports. 

He was seen telling his new players about their mistakes in a recent training session.

Ten Hag was confirmed as the new manager for Manchester United back in April.

The Dutchman has now accessed the squad ahead of their upcoming pre-season matches.

He has not held back anything done wrong by the players so far in training.

In a training video gone viral uploaded on social media, United’s players are seen doing some drills where they pass in a specific manner.

However, some players were passing to Anthony Elanga’s left foot instead of his right, and Ten Hag told them the mistake immediately.

United’s coaches immediately tried to correct the mistakes, with Steve McClaren very loud.

After repeating the same thing, Ten Hag said in the background “Hey, now we are making far too many mistakes!”

Many of last season’s players were all there during the training session.

Elanga, Shaw, Scott McTominay, Rashford and others got involved in the drills as they try to impress Ten Hag.

Ten Hag is hoping to get his team ready as they prepare for their pre-season tour which starts this Friday.

United are due to play Liverpool in Thailand on July 12.

They still have more matches in Australia, Norway and England throughout Pre-season.

United finished sixth in the EPL last season, and missed out on the UCL.

Ten Hag has already signed Tyrell Malacia as his first player in charge from Feyenoord.

Shaw now have more competition for a starting spot at left-back since the arrival of Malacia.

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