Manchester United Fans Return Ticket for Sheffield United Match After Embarrassing FA Cup Semi-Final

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Manchester United have notified their members on Monday that additional tickets were now up for grabs for the upcoming match against Sheffield United.

This was due to a significant number of returns by season ticket holders.

This announcement came less than a day after their mundane FA Cup victory against Coventry, where they narrowly won in a penalty shoot-out.

Criticism from figures such as Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher followed, with Keane stating that the team appeared “embarrassed to win”.

As a result, many United supporters have opted not to attend tonight’s Premier League match with Sheffield.

The club’s decision to release more tickets left fans shocked and concerned about the current state of Manchester United.

One of the fans wrote on social media: “I’ve supported this club all my life and I’ve never seen anything like this.”

While a second fan responded: “Ten Hag Effects.”

A third noted: “This is why you need to fix up. Just pathetic.”

And another fumed: “The fans are fed up of watching this c**p, nobody wants to endure another 90 minutes of this team.”

However, Manchester United boss Ten Hag has strongly criticized the backlash against his team following their narrow victory in the Cup final, labeling it as “despicable”.

He expressed his disbelief at the negative reaction, defending his team’s performance and highlighting that results are what matter in elite football.
He said: “No, I absolutely can’t understand the reaction. Was it embarrassing? No, the reaction from you was embarrassing.”

“In top football, it’s about results. We made it through to the final and we deserved it. Not just in this game, but also in the other games.”

Despite his statements, critics, including Roy Keane, remained unconvinced and expressed their dissatisfaction with Manchester United’s performance.

After the game, Keane said: “They’re in the cup final, they got the job done. But every time I see this Man United team, I don’t like what I see.”

“They’re hard to like, they just play in moments. We talk about leadership, characters – I don’t see any of that in this Man United group.”

Jamie Carragher added: “Performance after performance… And I would imagine that dressing room is probably the most embarrassing dressing room you could probably remember of a team that’s won.”

“They’re probably all just sat there looking at each other. It’s a good job they didn’t celebrate.”

What’s next for Manchester United and Ten Hag?

This situation has certainly added an air of uncertainty to Ten Hag’s future as the manager of Manchester United.

The Dutchman’s future remains in the balance, with Thomas Tuchel reportedly being contacted this week regarding the role.

With the former Chelsea boss being contacted, it begs the question of who will ultimately lead the team next season.

However, Ten Hag will have to prove his worth to the United’s fans when the Red Devils play Sheffield United tonight, April 24 at Old Trafford with kick-off set at 8:00 pm.

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