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Top WBC boxing champion has hit out at Man United management

Top WBC boxing champion has hit out at Man United management

Top WBC boxing champion has hit out at Man United management

Tyson Fury, the WBC World Heavyweight Champion has hit out at Manchester United’s management and issued a warning to Erik ten Hag. He went on to say that he would have more time to go to Old Trafford to watch his favorite team, but that they had lost every time he was there.

At Manchester United, Fury believes there are too many “Prima Donnas” at the moment, and the players aren’t moving in the same direction.

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He believes the clearout that is taking place with the departures of Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, and others is a positive thing, as stated by Mirror:

“Now that I’m retired, I’ll be able to spend more time at Old Trafford, albeit they always lose when I go to watch them. And I’m not into second place, losing, or any of that nonsense. It’s win or go home, so watching United right now is insane because I don’t understand why these players aren’t chasing the ball for 90 minutes.”

He continued, ” “Many people blame the managers and coaches, but at the end of the day, Manchester United has too many prima donnas, and the best thing that could have happened is a clearout, which is currently taking place. They must clench their fists.”

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Continuing to discuss Manchester United, Fury believes that Ten Hag should be as severe as Sir Alex Ferguson and treat all players similarly, regardless of their off-the-field status. He stated, ”

“They need someone strict, like Sir Alex Ferguson, who will tell them what to do and then tell them, ‘It’s the bench for you, no matter how good or famous you are, you’re not playing until you decide to work hard.’ The name ‘team’ implies that everyone does their fair share; they don’t rely on others to score goals or run for them.”

He continued, ” “It’s about everyone working together for a shared good, a common objective, and that’s what winning is all about. I know nothing about football management, but I do know everything there is to know about winning, and I understand that everyone has to pitch in to obtain results. I’m not going to be very successful if I walk into the gym on my own to train for a world title.”

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Former Ajax manager Erik ten Hag has been named Manchester United’s next manager, and he has already commenced his duties.

After his interim management job, Ralf Rangnick was intended to stay on as the club’s consultant, however he has since left.

The Red Devils have also announced the departure of a number of players, including Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata. Also leaving the club is Nemanja Matic, who has joined AS Roma.

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