Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is said to have dropped an anonymous player during the club’s pre-season visit this month since he was two times late for group gatherings.
The player should play in a visit game however was dropped in light of the fact that he was late for gatherings at least a few times.
The previous Ajax supervisor is known as a severe taskmaster, and unfortunate disposition was one of the most widely recognized reactions evened out at United players under past managers.
As per The Athletic, Ten Hag sees lateness as a “side effect of slipping norms.”
Ten Hag is said to accept that uncontrolled delay will ‘seep into different parts of a footballer’s work on the field’ and that he is ‘extremely clear’ on what he won’t acknowledge.
The Red Devils will play Atletico Madrid and Rayo Vallecano before their most memorable Premier League game against Brighton on August 7.