Erik ten Hag has hit back at claims of a dressing room revolt at Manchester United after the club banned a series of media Manchester United were in fresh turmoil on Tuesday as Erik ten Hag insisted he still had the backing of his players after the club banned a series of media outlets in the wake of claims of a dressing room revolt.
Erling Haaland has escaped a ban following his furious tirade and social media post at referee Simon Hooper but Manchester City have been charged for how their players, including Haaland, surrounded the match official.
The continuing success of the Premier League depends on its numbers rising. Viewing figures, social media likes, and the amount broadcasters will pay to show its product. No executives will worry for long about any collateral damage, like that to Saturday 3pm kick-offs.
Losing six games in the World Cup was bad enough. Now, England’s one-day international side have added an unwanted encore: defeat to a side who did not even qualify. West Indies, vanquished by Zimbabwe, Netherlands and Scotland in the World Cup qualifiers five months ago, added to the turmoil facing England by chasing down 326 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.