How Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag made his players “angry” after their 7-0 loss to Liverpool

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How Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag made his players “angry” after their 7-0 loss to Liverpool

How Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag made his players "angry" after their 7-0 loss to Liverpool Erik ten Hag has urged his players to rebound fr

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How Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag made his players “angry” after their 7-0 loss to Liverpool Erik ten Hag has urged his players to rebound from Sunday’s 7-0 loss to Liverpool.

The crew revealed back to the Carrington preparing ground at 9am on Monday morning.

Ten Hag had arrived two hours prior and gathered the group for a brief discussion.

SportsMail claims that his message’s overarching theme was “What happened doesn’t destroy all the good work we have done this season.”

The former boss of Ajax also talked about how important it is not to be down or lose confidence.

He said that more sessions with the Dutch sports psychologist Rainier Koers, who Ten Hag brought to the club, would be beneficial.

The game was not replayed, but Ten Hag did show some video clips to his players “to make them angry.”

At Old Trafford, United plays Real Betis in the Europa League’s first leg of the last-16.

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