“His days are over. He will be sacked soon and will no longer coach the club after Sir Jim Ratcliffe secretly agrees terms to sign world top coach who has won a lot of leagues and trophies”-Fabrizio Romano reveals that Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s has taken bold action on Erik ten Hag following FA Cup embarrassing win against Coventry.

After Manchester United’s FA Cup semi-final victory over Coventry, only three players from the team were observed celebrating immediately afterward.


United clinched the win on penalties at Wembley following a 3-3 draw after extra time. Despite Erik ten Hag’s side dominating the majority of the game and leading 3-0, they faltered late on, conceding a late penalty to Haji Wright after an Aaron Wan-Bissaka handball, leading to a remarkable comeback by the Championship side.


Given United’s superior divisional standing and budget compared to Coventry, the failure to maintain their 3-0 lead was met with disappointment from both fans and players.


As a result, the reactions from United players varied after the win. Winger Antony chose to cup his ears in front of the Coventry players, while Harry Maguire opted to shake hands with each Coventry player. Goal scorer Hojlund naturally celebrated his strike, with Christian Eriksen, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Omari Forson joining him after United secured their second consecutive FA Cup final appearance.


However, Forson and Wan-Bissaka returned to the halfway line shortly after, while Eriksen continued his celebration towards his teammate. Casemiro, unable to watch the final penalty, took a moment to absorb the match’s outcome before acknowledging his teammates.


United captain Bruno Fernandes briefly looked towards the opposite end during Hojlund’s penalty before sharing a quick embrace with Diogo Dalot and approaching the Coventry players. Substitute Amad Diallo stared ahead for a moment before joining his teammates on the halfway line.


Regarding Antony’s gesture, Ten Hag stated, “I haven’t seen that, so I can’t comment on it, but I know we have great respect for Coventry City and their efforts. However, we also need to assess our performance, which was strong until the 70th minute.”

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