Man Utd news – Fans blast Erik Hager’s deleted tweet


Manchester United supporters are furious at their club’s online account after a tweet about Erik ten Hag, the incoming manager, was deleted.

Following an update on Ten Hag winning the title at Ajax, Monday’s Twitter meltdown caused by The Red Devils caused by their Twitter platform. The Eredivisie leaders are five point clear at the top with only two games remaining. A massive collapse would not stop them from claiming their third consecutive crown in four seasons.

United fans were still angry after the club announced that Ten Hag had achieved a major success.

The tweet read: “Erik ten Hag’s side maintained their advantage in a dramatic afternoon in the race for the Eredivisie title,”This was just hours after reports about Richard Arnold, Man Utd CEO, unhappy with their social media strategy.

Supporters were quick to respond on social media after the controversy post, which was posted after another trophy-barren year. One said: 10 years with no league title, 15 year without a Champions League and 6 years without one trophy. The @ManUtd admin believed we would be interested in Ajax title chances.”

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Manchester United's Twitter team were blasted for an ill-thought-out tweet celebrating Erik ten Hag's inevitable title success
Manchester United’s twitter team were criticized for a poorly-thought tweet celebrating Erik ten Hag’s inevitable title win

A second jibed: “So the club’s now celebrating Ajax’s success because we have none?”A third comment: “We are celebrating Ajax almost winning their domestic league. Not just the fans, but the official Twitter account. WE ARE FINISHED.”

“Less than a couple of hours after reports that Richard Arnold is (rightly) unhappy with United’s social media strategy, this tweet was sent out by the official @ManUtd account and then promptly deleted following a huge response from angry United fans. They cannot read the room,”A fourth was denigrated. The fifth, however, was simple: “Shameless.”

Ten Hag will assume the reins after Ralf Rangnick, interim boss, moves upstairs to a consultant role at Old Trafford. This role will allow him to manage part-time as well as his new role of manager of the Austrian team.

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