Erik ten Hag's security barge reporter away from new Man Utd manager after Palace loss


Erik ten Hag’s security appeared to barge TV reporter Gary Cotterill away from Erik ten Hag as the new Manchester United boss left Selhurst Park on Sunday. Ten Hag watched on as the Red Devils produced another dismal performance in their 1-0 defeat by Crystal Palace.

Sky Sports’ Cotterill has attempted to get answers from Ten Hag ever since it became clear that United were close to appointing the Dutchman. He was ignored once again as Ten Hag left United’s game in South London.

In footage shared by Sky’s social channels, Cotterill approaches Ten Hag as he walks towards Selhurst Park’s car park. He begins firing questions at the former Ajax head coach.

“Welcome to the Premier League, Erik,” Cotterill begins. “Are you excited to get started?…. Are you excited to get started? You must be wanting to get stuck in straightaway.”

Ten Hag is accompanied by a security guard, who appears to manoeuvre Cotterill away from the new United boss. Cotterill slams: “Don’t push me, you’re on television!”

He adds: “It doesn’t look good being manhandled by security, Erik. Man Utd are a big club.”

Ten Hag got into the back of a black car without saying a word to Cotterill.

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