Man Utd fans are angry about what Erik Ten Hag did after their defeat against Crystal Palace

With his conduct at the end of Manchester United's match against Crystal Palace, Erik ten Hag enraged the Manchester United supporters.

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With his conduct at the end of Manchester United’s match against Crystal Palace, Erik ten Hag enraged the Manchester United supporters.

At Selhurst Park, United was humiliated as Crystal Palace defeated the European contenders to win their first league double.

Michael Olise, a Manchester United transfer target, scored twice in white Tyrick Mitchell and Jean-Philippe Mateta finished the outing.

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For the first time in Premier League history, Palace’s dominance from the outset ensured that they won, handily sentencing Ten Hag’s team to their 13th league loss of the year.

Man Utd players approached the visiting supporters to thank them for their amazing support despite the loss after a disgraceful performance.

On the other hand, supporters of X claim that Ten Hag did not show up and instead left without saying sorry to the audience for such a poor performance.

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Ten Hag’s actions upset the fans, who think the manager’s time is running out given his connections to the open Bayern Munich position.

Jamie Carragher said the players didn’t deserve the response they got and applauded the United fans.

He said on Sky Sports: “That is absolutely fantastic from the United fans because those players do not deserve that.

“If they go off thinking it wasn’t as bad as we think because look at the supporters’ reaction. Look at that. That is unbelievable support from those lads and girls.”

It is thought that Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the new co-owner, has not made any decisions regarding Ten Hag’s future.

Recent weeks, there has been more conjecture that Thomas Tuchel, the former manager of Chelsea, may be considered to succeed the Dutchman should United decide to part ways this summer.

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Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.