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Manchester United faces Newcastle in Carabao Cup round four

Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag is confident his squad is moving in the right path despite Sunday's humiliating home loss by Manchester City.

Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag is confident his squad is moving in the right path despite Sunday’s humiliating home loss by Manchester City.

Manchester United is set to take on Newcastle in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, marking a rematch of last season’s EFL Cup final, which the Red Devils won 2-0.

Quick Turnaround After City Loss

This match follows a challenging 3-0 home loss to City, which took place just three days prior. The defeat raised concerns about Manchester United’s performance.

Ten Hag’s Resilience

Despite the setbacks, Manchester United’s manager, Erik ten Hag, remains resolute in his support for the team, stating, “There is no point in feeling sorry for ourselves. I continue to believe in these players.”

Struggles in the Premier League and Questions About Management

Sunday’s loss to city rivals, City, marked Manchester United’s fifth Premier League defeat of the season and their seventh in all competitions. These results have led to renewed questions about Ten Hag’s management capabilities.

Challenges and Silence from the Club

Some within Manchester United believe that the club’s long injury list and the current uncertainty surrounding ownership are factors contributing to the challenges Ten Hag faces. 

However, the club has chosen to remain silent and is counting on positive results to reverse the current atmosphere of negativity.

The upcoming Carabao Cup clash against Newcastle presents an opportunity for Manchester United to bounce back and regain their winning momentum, potentially alleviating concerns about the team’s performance and management.

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