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Erik Ten Hag: Man Utd Coach Vows to ‘give it His All’ in Remaining Games After Newcastle Win

Under-fire Erik ten Hag doesn’t believe Manchester United’s 3-2 win over Newcastle will be his last game in the Old Trafford dugout.

There is much speculation about the 54-year-old’s future as things have developed dramatically after a promising first season in charge.

After Wednesday night’s win, the Dutchman defiantly walked onto the pitch despite some boos and took the microphone to address those who had remained to applaud the players’ traditional lap of honor.

“As you know,” he began, “it wasn’t an easy season, but one thing remained constant – and that was your support for the team.”

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“But this season is not over yet. We travel to Brighton where we get three points and then we go to Wembley. And I promise you that the players will give everything to bring a trophy to Old Trafford.”

In fact, Ten Hag has yet to play United’s final Premier League game, a trip to Brighton, before facing Manchester City in the FA Cup final the following weekend – two opportunities to secure a European claim.

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Erik ten Hag has refused to comment on whether he will remain Manchester United manager next season after the 3-2 win against Newcastle United

They remain eighth in the league and need to better Newcastle’s result in their last game to secure a place in the Europa Conference League – or a place in the Europa League if they beat Man City at Wembley.

“I’m not talking about pride – we’re all disappointed with the season – but we can still win something and that’s what we have to strive for,” said Ten Hag Sky Sports.

“I see the positive. I see this team developing further. I know the reasons why we don’t perform. No team will perform unless the entire back four is available throughout the season.”

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“We have had our problems all season and that is having a negative impact on the results.

“But across the board you can see how the players are performing, how the young players are developing, and that is very positive.”

“There is great potential in this club. We all know that. People can see it.”

Before the game, Ten Hag dismissed a question about the fragility of his position and said last week he was confident “common sense” would prevail as the club’s decision-makers consider his future.

Ten Hag is adamant Fernandes loves Man Utd

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Ten Hag says Bruno Fernandes He loves playing at Manchester United and values ​​his contribution to the team, despite the cryptic interview with the Portuguese on the sidelines.

After United’s win at Newcastle, Fernandes said Sky Sports“I feel like the club wants me to be part of the future, so as I always said, I don’t want to be a player that the club doesn’t want.”

“If they don’t want me for any reason, I’ll leave, but if they want me, I’ll stay.”

Ten Hag was then seen dragging Fernandes away from the interview.

Fernandes still has two years left on his contract at Old Trafford but has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich and Saudi Arabia in the summer.

At his post-match press conference, Ten Hag said: “No, the club really wants to keep Bruno. There’s no question about that, I think.”

“I have to watch the interview but as far as I know he loves Manchester United.”

“He always does his best. He is a role model, even when he is injured. He loves football, but he wants to win.”

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