Erik Ten Hag says taking Manchester United job is not a risk to his reputation

BBC Sport Monday, 23 May 2022
Erik ten Hag says he is not risking his managerial reputation by taking the Manchester United job.

💡 newsR Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Manchester United F.C. Manchester United F.C. Association football club in Manchester, England

Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United expect forward to stay despite Chelsea links

Manchester United expect Cristiano Ronaldo to be part of their squad next season despite reports linking him with Chelsea.
BBC Sport

Christian Eriksen: Manchester United interested in Denmark midfielder

Manchester United hope to persuade Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen to join them before the start of the new season.
BBC Sport

Ella Toone: Manchester United and England striker's amazing breakthrough story

Manchester United striker Ella Toone explains how being rejected by Manchester City led to her United breakthrough and how she feels going into the Euros as a..
BBC Sport

Ryan Giggs: Ex-Manchester United winger resigns as Wales manager

Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs announces he has resigned as Wales manager.
BBC Sport

Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold heads off protest as he meets fans in pub

Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold headed off a planned protest outside his Cheshire house by meeting some fans in his local pub.
BBC Sport

You Might Like

Related news from verified sources

BBC issues apology for ''Manchester United are rubbish'' headline

The BBC has apologized to viewers after the headline "Manchester United are rubbish" appeared on its ticker during a television news broadcast.
DNA Also reported by •Indian Express

Manchester United transfer news: Will Cristiano Ronaldo stay or go? Here's what we know

Manchester United have already announced that Erik Ten Hag will take over as the new manager. But how does that affect Cristiano Ronaldo? Read on.
DNA Also reported by •Indian Express

Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United suffer 4-0 defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion

The defeat means it is now mathematically impossible for sixth-placed Manchester United to qualify for the Champions League, as they sit five points adrift of...
Zee News Also reported by •Indian ExpressDNA