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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has shrugged off concerns about losing his job despite the team’s poor performance this season. The team recently suffered a 4-0 loss to Crystal Palace, marking their worst season in Premier League history with thirteen defeats. Despite being in eighth place on the table, ten Hag remains defiant about his job security, stating that the club’s owners have common sense and understand the impact of injuries on results.

When questioned about his future with the club, ten Hag expressed confidence in his ability to lead the team, citing the numerous injuries that have affected their performance this season. He emphasized the importance of the upcoming FA Cup final as a potential highlight of the season and attributed the team’s underperformance to key injuries in crucial areas. Despite the lack of reassurance from the club’s new owners, ten Hag remains focused on improving and developing his team.

As Manchester United prepares to face a title-chasing Arsenal side, ten Hag is hopeful that some of his injured players will be available for the match. Players like Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay have returned to training, but Mason Mount and Lisandro Martinez are still sidelined due to injuries. Marcus Rashford, who has been out since the FA Cup semi-final win, could make a return for the upcoming match, but left-back Luke Shaw remains out with a setback in his recovery process.

Ten Hag remains optimistic about the return of key players and their potential impact on the team’s performance. He is focused on their preparation for the upcoming match against Arsenal and is hopeful that they can bounce back from their recent losses. Despite the uncertainty surrounding his future with the club, ten Hag is determined to continue working on improving the team and achieving their goals for the season. The upcoming match against Arsenal will be a crucial test for Manchester United as they strive to turn their season around and climb up the Premier League table.

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