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Man United legend blasts ‘dressing room mole’ with player theory under Erik ten Hag



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Manchester United legend Andy Cole blasts ‘dressing room mole’ with his player theory under Erik ten Hag.

Manchester United have seen multiple leaked reports describing dressing room tensions under Erik ten Hag, with many criticising the journalists and players for letting such private information become public.

The club have had a turbulent season so far at Old Trafford, losing more games at home so far this campaign than they did across the whole of 2022/23, with Ten Hag’s job reportedly under pressure after a series of bad performances and results.

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Much has been made out of the amount of information that is being leaked from the dressing room, with former United striker and legend Andy Cole blasting the players, explaining his theory that there has to be a “mole” in the dressing room.

“There’s definitely a mole, isn’t there? Nothing comes out of a good dressing room, regardless of what’s been going on,” Cole told BetFred.

“Players fall out, the manager and players fall out, and these are things that you’d expect to happen in football, but if you’re in a good dressing room, nobody hears about what’s happening. If you’ve got that winning mentality and you want to compete, then not everybody’s going to get on due to the competitive nature of the dressing room. 

“At Manchester United now, information is being leaked so regularly, and if the dressing room was truly united, then that wouldn’t be happening. Information usually comes out when things aren’t doing well.

“Some players won’t be happy about their game time, the form of the team or their own form. Everything that’s coming out of the dressing room is negative and that can’t be helping the team and allowing them to move forward.”