Erik Ten Hag Man United SACK? Sir Alex Ferguson INTERVENE!

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Erik Ten Hag job have been the major talk which have seen Sir Alex Ferguson getting himself involved, MySportDab reports.

Manchester United have not been their usual best when it comes to producing results since the beginning of the season.

Erik Ten Hag have faced major backlash for some of his decision made coming into the new season which started with stripping Harry Maguire as captain.

His decision seems to have impacted so much that many outsider have had their opinion on how things are going down.

There have been many calling for Erik Ten Hag to be sacked from his job while others want the club to approve more funding.

Jose Mourinho remain the only manager who have done more for Manchester United after Sir Alex Ferguson left his position years ago.

It haven’t been smooth with other managers coming in and failing to make anything much happen despite getting all the time needed.

According to the reports reaching us from The Sun Football, they confirmed Sir Alex Ferguson have intervened on the matter at hand concerning Erik Ten Hag future.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Erik has Sir Alex’s unwavering support. He’s been hugely supportive of Erik since he arrived at the club.

“He’s impressed at the job he is doing and, in particular, the way he has taken on big decisions.

“Sir Alex, like everyone else, wishes results were better this season.

“But he thinks those pointing at the manager and calling for a change are wrong.

“[Ferguson] thinks he’s shown the kind of character and mentality required to turn the club around – and he firmly believes Erik deserves time, like he got, to make a success of things at the club.

“If consulted, that’s a position he would be prepared to make clear to any new investors who come into the football club.”

The situation isn’t looking as bad as it is expected to be with many showing sign of unrest over the team result.

Erik Ten Hag job is safe and the backing of Sir Alex Ferguson go a long way in ensuring the Dutchman have enough time to change things.

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