Manchester United manager Eric ten Hag has avoided commenting on Thomas Tuchel‘s sacking.
Ten Hag took to the press room to discuss his preparations ahead of the Europa League clash at Old Trafford for the visit of Spanish side Real Sociedad on Thursday. By the first issue The reporter aske about Tuchel. Who had just been fire by Chelsea just an hour earlier.
“I’m sorry. But I can’t say anything about it. It’s about Chelsea, not Manchester United,” Ten Hag replied respectfully.and when asked whether Surprised or not. Ten Hag replied shortly: This is just the start of the season. For Manchester United, there is no heavy program in September. After the game against Real Sociedad, they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Sunday 11 September, followed by a trip to Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday 15 September. And returned to play at home against Leeds United on Sunday, September 18, and then rest for the national team ufabet game.
It is a decision that has sparked shock throughout the footballing world, despite the current issues the Blues have been experiencing.
And Ten Hag, speaking at a press conference ahead of his side’s Europa League clash with Real Sociedad, has admitted he feels sympathy for his managerial counterpart. But won’t be pressed on the matter.
“I feel sorry, but there is nothing I can say,” said the 52-year-old.