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Erik ten Hag’s new plan to restore Man United dressing room harmony revealed



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Erik ten Hag is aiming to mend the Manchester United dressing room following reports that there is ‘growing doubt’ within the squad about the manager.

United have suffered back-to-back 3-0 defeats against Manchester City in the Premier League and Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup.

Those results mean that it has statistically been one of the club’s worst starts to a campaign since the early 1960s, with eight losses in their first 15 games of the season.

Performances have matched the results too. Yet, Ten Hag has publically vowed to ‘fight’ with his players to turn things around.

That appeared to be more difficult than first thought after several reports of dressing room unrest emerged on Thursday afternoon. The Manchester Evening News stated that doubts are growing over Ten Hag’s management and there is simmering resentment among certain players towards teammates.

Meanwhile, The Times reported that certain players do not believe the Dutchman can lead the team back to winning ways. The ‘strict’ treatment of Jadon Sancho has also been questioned by several players, according to The Telegraph.

However, the latest information from Neil Custis of The Sun has explained how the United manager is looking to rebuild harmony within his squad.

It was said that Ten Hag has ordered his players to have one-to-one sessions with him, with the manager wanting any issues with him, his staff, teammates and training out in the open during the ‘clear-the-air’ meetings in the next couple of days.

Ten Hag and his players need to be on the same page if they’re able to come out of the other side of this storm.

Upcoming games against Fulham, Copenhagen and Luton Town have been said to be important for the long-term future of the manager.