Erik ten Hag slams ‘unacceptable’ behaviour from Man Utd stars in loss

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Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag was far from happy with the way his side started their friendly against Cadiz, calling it “unacceptable” the way they acted in the opening exchanges.

“It’s quite clear, we were not awake – still sleeping in the first 15 minutes,” Ten Hag told MUTV.

“They are a threat in transition. We have seen, second goal can’t happen.

“You are not awake… but especially in the midfield we can’t run off. It’s not possible, unacceptable.

“The first goal is as well. A set play, bad organisation and discipline in the organisation, you concede goal.

“But after that, we came in the game and a penalty – I think it was a clear one – but we couldn’t make the equaliser before half-time.”

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