Erik ten Hag did not storm out of press conference, despite reports to the contrary


The media are busy suggesting Erik ten Hag stormed out of his post-match press conference on Saturday evening, but that wasn’t the case. Some journalists think they can spread misinformation without context. Not on our watch. 

Manchester United’s disappointing 2-2 stalemate with Bournemouth on Saturday means they have only won once in their last seven games.

At the Vitality Stadium, United was forced back to earth following the excitement of the previous Saturday, when Ten Hag’s team faced off against title-chasing Liverpool. After playing Willy Kambwala completely out of position, Dominic Solanke scored the first goal by chipping the ball past Andre Onana and into the bottom corner.

Just before halftime, Justin Kluivert gave the home team their advantage back after Bruno Fernandes had tied the score. United managed to secure a point from their trip, but not the three points they had hoped to acquire, as the Portuguese Magnifico equalized once more from the penalty spot.

As a result of the outcome, United is now sitting in seventh place in the Premier League standings and may be headed for our worst season ever.

Following United’s recent 2-2 tie, Ten Hag fielded numerous questions from the media. Nevertheless, one reporter attempted to fit in one additional question after the news conference had already ended.

Ten Hag is set up to get up from his seat before the question is posed, as you can see in the video below. He just keeps walking out of the room.

When well-known journalists like Fabrizio Romano disseminate false information like this without any context, it is not helpful. It is evident that he was hundreds of miles away from the game and was not present at Vitality Stadium to provide a report.


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