Erik ten Hag Warns Referee About Newcastle’s Time-Wasting Tactics Ahead of Man United Visit
Manager of Man United calls Newcastle ‘ANNOYING’ for Carabao Cup Final Disruption
- Erik ten Hag wanted to draw referee Stuart Attwell’s attention to the tactics
- The manager called on his players to fight back by controlling the flow of the game
- Man United are currently in 3rd place, three points in front of Eddie Howe’s men who sit 5th
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Man United, has voiced further concerns over Newcastle’s time-wasting tactics ahead of their Premier League clash on Sunday. Ten Hag raised similar concerns prior to their Carabao Cup Final against Eddie Howe’s men a month ago where they emerged victorious with a 2-0 win at Wembley.
Ten Hag called on the referee to take action if Newcastle tries to disrupt the game with their time-wasting tactics. He urged his players to control the tempo of the game and ensure every opportunity counts. This is going to be a challenging game as Newcastle has been a tough team to beat this season, and Man United wants to continue their winning streak.
Erik ten Hag said he had ‘concern’ that Newcastle would try to disrupt Sunday’s match
The United manager previously branded Newcastle’s tactics as “annoying” before the Carabao Cup Final
The upcoming game between Man United and Newcastle is going to be an exciting clash, but Newcastle’s time-wasting tactics could disrupt the flow of the game. Ten Hag has urged the referee to keep the game flowing and called on his players to take control of the game’s tempo. Man United is looking to continue its winning streak, whereas Newcastle is known for being a tough team to beat. Only time will tell how the match will unfold.
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