English tabloids inexorable for Ten Hag: ‘His reputation is already in tatters’

The English media is very tough after Manchester Uniteds painful defeat visiting Brentford. Some newspapers shift the poor performance to the group of players, but Erik ten Hag is also blamed.
Sky Sports is crystal clear after the humiliation of Ten Hag and associates. โ€œManchester United put on one of their worst Premier League performances in thirty years. In an amazing first half, goalkeeper David de Gea let a simple shot crawl under his body, ten minutes later the twill went wrong again.

The Sun is already talking about a crisis at Manchester United. โ€œOkay Man United fans, now you can panic. Everything Erik ten Hag says has to happen. After only two games in this season, you can already be sure that United wont take many prizes in the near future. Ten Hags team was the architect of its own demise.
โ€œTen Hag
s reputation has already been shattered,โ€ is the painful conclusion of quality newspaper The Guardian. โ€œHe has to be an exceptional manager to recover from this. Drops of sweat glistened on Ten Hags bare head, while Brentford United tore apart. It was as bad as anything produced in the harsh times under David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Josรฉ Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjรฆr. In fact, this was much worse than any performance under Ralf Rangnick.โ€
A baling Erik ten Hag
The BBC thinks that the former trainer of Go Ahead Eagles, FC Utrecht and Ajax is shocked. โ€œManager Ten Hag could hardly have imagined such a catastrophic start to his United time. There is still time for the Dutchman to turn the tide, but the first two games of the season have underlined the daunting task waiting for Ten Hag.

Man United reached the lowest point in a humiliating and one-sided defeat at Brentford, headlines The Mirror, which shifts the poor performance mainly on the group of players. โ€œIf the loss against Brighton was an eye-opener, this defeat showed that this team needs open-heart surgery. It may be a sign that Ralf Rangnick is no longer with the club, but the same group of non-performing players is.
Manchester Evening News sees Ten Hag no longer seems to trust Lisandro Martรญnez, whom he took from Ajax. โ€œTen Hag now seems to belong to the people who doubt him,โ€ writes the newspaper. โ€œTen Hag decided to switch Martรญnez at halftime after the Argentine was caught off guard by the Brentford players.โ€