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Manchester United Players Granted Two-Day Training Break by Ten Hag After West Ham Loss



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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has given his players a two-day break from training following their recent hectic schedule of games.

The decision comes after the team suffered a defeat against West Ham that saw them move seven points clear of the relegation zone.


While Ten Hag has previously punished underperforming players with intense running drills, the Dutch manager has taken a restful approach this time, allowing his team to recharge their batteries before their upcoming game against Wolverhampton at Old Trafford.

Manchester United played nine games in April, including Premier League, FA Cup, and Europa League clashes.


However, their performances have dipped due to the increased physical load, as they have scored just three times from open play in their last six matches across all competitions.

Ten Hag hopes to use this break to focus on developing a game plan to secure a victory against Wolverhampton.


He admitted that he wants his players to “get the energy back” before they play their final four remaining league games of the season.

One player who might benefit from some downtime is United’s goalkeeper David de Gea.


The Spaniard has come under fire for recent costly errors, and there are concerns over his place in Ten Hag’s starting squad.

De Gea is currently negotiating a new deal with the club, but some supporters are calling for his replacement in the summer due to uninspiring performances.


Overall, Ten Hag’s decision to give his players a break reflects the importance of rest and recovery in maintaining a team’s performance and morale.

Manchester United will look to bounce back from their recent defeats and secure a top-four finish in the Premier League.

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