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I Would Win Trophies Elsewhere – Ten Hag

LONDON: Erik ten Hag warned Manchester United owners he would continue winning trophies elsewhere if they decided to sack him after their 2-1 win over Manchester City in the English FA Cup final last night.

Ten Hag’s lead-up to the final was haunted by reports he would be sacked no matter what the decision at Wembley.

But the United manager has made a strong case to remain in charge of the team if he overcomes City boss Pep Guardiola and win his second trophy in two years in charge.

Now Ten Hag will have to wait for his fate after insisting he was not informed whether he would be fired.

United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe and members of the Glazer family, who are the club’s majority shareholders, celebrated the team’s first FA Cup win for eight years from the seats of the famous guests.

It remains to be seen whether he was enough to save Ten Hag after United finished eighth in the Premier League – their worst position since 1990 – and were knocked out in the Champions League group stage.

United lost 14 times in the league – including humiliating defeats at the hands of Crystal Palace and Bournemouth – finishing with a negative goal difference and 31 points behind champions City.

But Ten Hag still believes United is heading on the right path under his guidance.

At a tense press conference after the match, the former Ajax boss explained he was not afraid of being sacked.

“When I started here, I said I was here to win, and I wanted to build a team. I did both,” he said.

“If they don’t want me, I’ll go anywhere and do what I’ve done my whole career, winning games and trophies.”

Asked if he had any assurance of his job being safe since reports of his potential dismissal, Ten Hag said: “That’s what they used to tell me (before now).

“Every time it’s the same question. They don’t need to tell me every week.

“I don’t think about this. I’m in a project and we’re exactly where we want to be. We’re building a team for the future.”

United have been linked with former Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino, former Bayern Munich boss Thomas Tuchel, England manager Gareth Southgate and Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna.

FA Cup Couldn’t Save Ten Hag – Ferdinand

MANCHESTER: Rio Ferdinand believes Erik ten Hag will still be fired by Manchester United even though the manager managed to lead the team to win the FA Cup.

The Red Devils will face neighbors Manchester City in the final at Wembley, this Saturday.

After finishing eighth in the Premier League, United’s worst finisher in the top league, Ten Hag and his men have the opportunity to make up for the loss by winning the FA Cup.

If United win, they will also qualify for the Europa League next season.

However, club legend Ferdinand is not sure that success will guarantee Ten Hag’s continued stay at Old Trafford.

“Win or lose, I don’t think Ten Hag will be here next season. I don’t say what I want, but I believe that will be the case, and am sure the club will find a replacement.

“I don’t think (winning the FA Cup) can change INEOS’s views. I haven’t talked to anyone about this matter, this is just my opinion, what I think,” said Ferdinand.

According to Ferdinand, injuries to key players should not be used as an excuse for United’s poor performance this season.

“Most teams have injury problems, maybe not the same as Man United. Performance will definitely decline, but it should not change the style of your game.

“I don’t know what we are. I don’t know who we are. Who are we as a team? What are we?” he said.

Man United’s new co-owner Jim Ratcliffe has also not expressed his support for Ten Hag, raising doubts about the Dutchman’s future at Old Trafford.

Former Chelsea manager Graham Potter and Thomas Tuchel have been linked with a move to Old Trafford to replace Ten Hag.

England boss Gareth Southgate is also understood to be on the short list of potential new Man United managers.

Mbappe Says Goodbye In Defeat

PARIS: Kylian Mbappe scored in his final home appearance as a Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) player earlier this morning but the French champions suffered a shock 3-1 defeat against Toulouse on the night they lifted the Ligue 1 championship trophy.

Mbappe confirmed in a video posted on social media yesterday that he will leave PSG when his contract expires at the end of this season, ending seven years at the club.

Real Madrid is expected to be the next destination for the player whose departure from Paris has been no longer a secret since last February, if he personally announced to the club his desire to move.

Mbappe covered the captain’s arm and opened the scoring early against Toulouse to take his tally to 44 goals in all games this season.

However, Thijs Dallinga deservedly equalized for the visitors against PSG who made 10 changes compared to a team knocked out by Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League semi-finals mid-week, with Mbappe the only player to keep his place.

Yann Gboho put Toulouse in front with a stunning goal in the second half and Frank Magri completed the win in injury time as PSG suffered only their second Ligue 1 defeat of the season and their first in 27 games since last September.

Mbappe has now scored 256 goals with PSG, a club record since joining from Monaco in 2017 in a deal worth 180 million euros.

His total of 190 goals scored in the French top flight – including 16 with Monaco at the start of his career – puts him seventh overall on the all-time list.

Coach Luis Enrique considered the 25-year-old “a club legend” when speaking to the media.

“I heard the applause, the fans gave him the respect he deserves, he is a club legend even though he is still young,” said Enrique.

PSG can still finish the season by completing the domestic double if they face Lyon in the French Cup final in Lyon on May 25.

Ajax Interested In Bringing Back Erik ten Hag

AMSTERDAM: Ajax are interested in bringing back Erik ten Hag, but face challenges in signing the Manchester United manager.

The Dutch giant put Ten Hag as the main candidate to replace interim manager, John van’t Schip.

However, Ten Hag and his coaching team do not want to leave Old Trafford to return to Amsterdam this summer.

Ajax’s only chance is to hope that its former manager is fired by United.

United’s new owners, INEOS will decide Ten Hag’s fate at the end of this season, after a disappointing campaign.

Ten Hag still has a chance to save his career by winning the FA Cup when he faces Manchester City in the final on May 25.

Apart from Ten Hag, the Ajax board also listed former Chelsea manager Graham Potter and Nice boss Francesco Farioli as candidates.

If Ten Hag is sacked, he will probably look for a club in one of Europe’s strongest leagues, rather than returning to the Netherlands.

After turning Ajax into one of the most entertaining teams on the European football stage, the Dutch club is back to playing as well as Ten Hag left in 2022.

They are currently fifth in the Eredivisie, 35 points behind leaders PSV.

This situation also contributed to the factors that would make Ten Hag not interested in returning to his old club.

Coventry Almost Embarrassed United

LONDON: Manchester United was almost embarrassed by the second division club, Coventry City before winning 4-2 through penalties in the semi-final of the FA Cup at Wembley Stadium.

The winner had to be decided by penalty kicks after Coventry, who had previously been three goals behind, made a sensational comeback to tie United 3-3.

Erik Ten Hag’s squad opened the scoring in the 24th minute when Scott McTominay easily finished Diogo Dalot’s pass in the penalty box.

United headed into the dressing room more comfortably after defender Harry Maguire headed in a Bruno Fernandes corner in first-half stoppage time.

Fernandes then doubled the advantage for United by scoring the third goal in the 58th minute, but Coventry managed to close the gap when Ellis Simms finished Fabio Tavares’ pass in the 71st minute.

Eight minutes later, the Red Devils began to suffer when Coventry got their second goal thanks to Callum O’Hare’s goal which resulted from Simms’ pass.

The rise of Mark Robins’ squad continued as they managed to equalize through Haji Wright’s penalty goal in stoppage time after the ball hit Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s hands to drag the match into extra time.

Both teams, however, failed to add a goal during extra time which saw the winner having to be decided through a penalty shootout.

Rasmus Hojlund appeared to be the savior of United’s dignity when he finished the last penalty to take his team to the final after O’Hare and Ben Sheaf failed to complete the kick for Coventry.

The victory allows United to book a clash with neighbors Manchester City in the final stage on May 25.

Liverpool Fans Want Emery To Replace Klopp

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool supporters are proposing a new name to replace Jurgen Klopp as manager this summer.

The search for a replacement for the German manager is being actively carried out after Klopp announced he would leave Anfield at the start of last year.

The club’s main target, Xabi Alonso, rejected their offer because he wanted to stay with Bayer Leverkusen, who won the Bundesliga title for the first time.

Liverpool have also been linked with Sporting Lisbon boss Ruben Amorim but the manager is furious at the speculation.

Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi is also on Liverpool’s radar, but fans say the club needs to look for another candidate to replace Klopp.

Now the name of Aston Villa manager Unai Emery has become a name after his success in bringing the Midlands club to fourth place in the English Premier League.

When they took over Villa, the club were 14th and struggling for relegation.

Now Emery has managed to take them to the quarter-finals of the Europa League and is getting closer to qualifying for the European Champions League next season after beating his former club, Arsenal 2-0.

Emery has won the Europa League three times with Sevilla and once with Villarreal. He also won the French Cup and league treble with Paris Saint-Germain and reached the Europa League final with Arsenal.

Salah Saved Liverpool Against Manchester United

MANCHESTER, England: Mohamed Salah scored the equalizer with a penalty kick as Liverpool survived at Old Trafford by a point in a 2-2 draw with Manchester United then level on points with Premier League leaders Arsenal.

Salah struck in the 84th minute for his sixth league goal at Old Trafford, the most by any visiting player in league history, overtaking Steven Gerrard on five goals.

With seven games left in the race for the title, Liverpool and Arsenal each have 71 points with the Gunners ahead on goal difference.

Defending champions Manchester City are third with 70 points while United are sixth.

Luis Diaz got Liverpool’s first goal in the 23rd minute when Dominik Szoboszlai’s cross from a corner found Darwin Nunez who headed the Colombian’s volley from close range.

But Bruno Fernandes scored the first attempt on target in the 50th minute past goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher.

Kobbie Mainoo delighted the fans at Old Trafford with a powerful strike into the corner of the goal in the 67th minute.

Liverpool were however awarded a penalty when Harvey Elliott was brought down in the penalty box.

Do Whatever It Takes To Win – Arteta

LONDON: Mikel Arteta wants Arsenal’s stars to remain humble in the race for the English Premier League title and he is willing to forget his ideology of winning at any cost.

Arsenal only controlled 27 percent of the game and had two accurate attempts in the goalless draw against Manchester City last Sunday.

Ahead of tonight’s home game against Luton, Arteta commented on the statistic: “It’s because you have to adapt to the situation to resist. Put ego and ideology aside, do what it takes to win.

“The mentality of the team is very strong and the way they played (against City) was very smart. When you think you can win, you will be disappointed when you draw. But we are smart enough to accept the result in certain circumstances.”

Arsenal have eight games this month, and Arteta will have to rely on the likes of Emile Smith Rowe and Reiss Nelson.

“Our job is to be ready to play at any time. Look at Reiss. His best moment for Arsenal (97th minute winner against Bournemouth last season), he only played a few minutes and made a big impact.

“It was one of the best days of his life as an Arsenal player. People won’t remember whether he started the game or came off the bench,” he said.

France Bounce Back To Defeat Chile

MARSEILLE, France: Olivier Giroud was among the scorers as France came back from a goal down to claim a 3-2 win over Chile in an international friendly at the Velodrome, Marseille earlier this morning.

The Euro 2024 favorites were left unlucky when they conceded a goal after just eight seconds in their match against Germany in Lyon last weekend, which saw them beat 2-0.

This time they fell behind after six minutes following Marcelino Nunez’s goal, but recovered with goals from Youssouf Fofana, Randal Kolo Muani and Giroud, before Dario Osorio grabbed Chile’s second goal of the match.

The decision eases some of the doubts that have shrouded the French squad after their lackluster display against Germany, as they prepare for the European Championship next June and July.

However, this squad is a far cry from France’s main squad, with captain Kylian Mbappe and midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni two players retained in the starting line-up as coach Didier Deschamps made nine player swaps.

Among Marseille’s selections include right-back Jonathan Clauss and Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, both of whom were sent off in the first half through injury, leaving their respective clubs in doubt.

“If we want to do well this June, we need to do better than this,” admitted Deschamps as France face the Netherlands, Austria and Poland in the group stage at Euro 2024.

“I’m not going to jump for joy tonight. It’s good that we won this game after a bad start and often it’s good to get three goals, even if we give up two goals.

“We need to do things differently (at the Euros),” he said.

“We have energy, we have passion, but we also need freshness which we lacked a bit tonight.”

Liverpool Deserved A Second Penalty – Klopp

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes his team was denied a second penalty in their Premier League match against Manchester City at Anfield.

After equalizing through Alexis Mac Allister’s penalty kick at the start of the second half, Klopp was confident his team deserved a second penalty kick when Jeremy Doku’s foot hit the Argentinian’s chest in stoppage time.

“Hit his chest. Did he touch the ball before that? Yes. Does it make a difference, anywhere on the pitch, if the leg goes up like that?

“You can kick the ball before that, but when the foot is here (Klopp points to his chest) and you miss,” Klopp said.

John Stones opened the scoring for Manchester City in the 23rd minute before Mac Allister equalized early in the second half.

The draw keeps Arsenal at the top of the Premier League on goal difference over Liverpool, while Man City are third with only a point difference.

However, the referee did not consider Doku’s foul as a penalty offense and VAR did not intervene to confirm the decision.

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