He called Wout Weghorst the worst player he has ever seen.
Manchester United’s criticism continues even after two days of the Liverpool game. Now Pundit Richard Keys blasts Erik ten Hag after his side lost 7-0 to Liverpool.
Manchester United suffered their biggest defeat in history at the hands of arch-rivals. After a good first half, Manchester United lost momentum by conceding six goals in the second half.
They were destroyed in the second half by a resurgent Liverpool team who were clearly motivated. Players like Casemiro, Raphael Varane, and Luke Shaw, who have been amazing this season, all dropped howlers.
Keys went on to criticise Ten Hag:
“A quick word on the manager. He strikes me as very keen to take credit when things go well, but it’s always somebody else’s fault when they don’t.”
“This time his players were “unprofessional” and “didn’t stick to the plan. In other words – don’t blame me guv.”
“I’d have rather heard him say “it’s a one-off.”
“It won’t happen again and it certainly won’t spoil the work that we’ve all been doing.”
“That would’ve been enough. Take it on the chin as a collective. He’s the one complaining that United “didn’t stick together” but he’s distancing himself from it.”
He called Wout Weghorst the worst player he has ever seen and said, ‘After all, it’s his decision to keep playing Wout Weghorst. It’s not Weghorst’s fault, but he has to be the worst player I’ve ever seen in a United jersey.”
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