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INEOS’ criteria for Erik ten Hag sack decision revealed after Jim Ratcliffe statement



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INEOS’ criteria for whether or not they keep Erik ten Hag at Manchester United beyond this season following Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s FA Cup statement.

Manchester United delivered their best performance of the season, defeating Manchester City in the FA Cup final under Erik ten Hag‘s leadership.

Alejandro Garnacho scored first, followed by a brilliant goal from Player of the Match Kobbie Mainoo just before halftime. Despite a goal from Jeremy Doku, City struggled against United’s tactical discipline and robust defence.

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United’s cohesive teamwork and strategic execution secured their victory, making them the deserved winners of the FA Cup in this memorable match.

Following the game, Sir Jim Ratcliffe issued a statement congratulating the players on their win at Wembley but did not mention Ten Hag.

“It is a glorious feeling to win the FA Cup final at Wembley,” Ratcliffe said following the fixture.

“Manchester United clearly were not the favourites to win today, but they played with total commitment and skill and overcame one of the great teams in football. We are all very proud of the players and the staff who work tirelessly to support them.”

Ten Hag’s future is in significant doubt following a very poor season at Old Trafford. iSport has now explained the criteria that INEOS will use to decide whether to keep the Dutchman beyond this summer.

Although many will cite this season’s poor results, such as finishing eighth in the Premier League and out of the Champions League at the group stages, as a reason as to why he should be sacked, it has been explained that INEOS will take in last season’s results, when the club finished third and won the Carabao Cup, as well.

Ten Hag has been involved in the summer transfer discussions thus far, but he will not be part of the season review that INEOS is set to undertake. It is expected that the results of this review are due to conclude next week.