Ten hag bans 3 media news events on Friday.

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Erik ten Hag banned three newspapers for asking questions at his press conference on Friday. After some disrespectful criticism in their media reports following Manchester United FA Cup penalty shootout win over Coventry.

The Dutchman was unwilling to answer questions from The Sun, Manchester Evening News and The Mirror at his press conference ahead of Manchester United’s game with Burnley on Saturday.

Ten Hag is under scrutiny ahead of this summer, Register ufabet with new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS weighing up whether to sack him. After a disappointing season at Old Trafford

United pass Coventry in the Championship. Made it to the FA Cup final last weekend. They took a 3-0 lead but ended up having to drag it to a penalty shootout at Wembley.

In fact, Coventry even came close to winning in extra time. But their shot just before the end of the game was ruled slightly offside by VAR.

Reporters from all three media camps attended Friday press conference. But they were informed in advance that they would not be invited to ask questions.

United are ranked 6th in the Premier League. They will open at home against Burnley, who are escaping relegation, on Saturday.