Ten Hag reacts to Man Utd’s worst season in history

 Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has admitted that their Premier League campaign was “not good enough” after they finished eighth.

The Red Devils rounded off this season with a 2-0 win at Brighton.

But the victory did not stop them from enduring their worst ever finish in the English top-flight.

Ten Hag’s men finished with a -1 goal difference – their worst record in 34 years – and lost a total of 14 games.

“It is not good enough by far. Eighth is the worst performance. It is the truth, but we should have done better.

“Hopefully we will have a good week and everyone is on board. We will put a competitive team out and we will fight for the [FA] Cup,” Ten Hag told reporters.