Erik ten Hag vows to end Manchester United trophy drought

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has vowed to end the club’s trophy drought that stretches back to the Europa League triumph under Jose Mourinho in 2017.

Manchester United take on Nottingham Forest in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup tonight with the Red Devils eyeing a place in the final against either Newcastle or Southampton.

Manchester United have lost two finals since the 2017 Europa League triumph, in the FA Cup and Europa League, and fallen at the semi-final stage a further four times.

Ten Hag said: “It is too long that this club didn’t win a trophy and it belongs to this club to win trophies so we have to get back on track.

“It’s the best feeling you can have, winning a trophy, and I have the luck in my career to win some trophies and it’s magnificent, especially for the fans, it’s so great.

“The fans here have some experience of this, especially the older ones.

“But in this period Manchester United haven’t won trophies, it is too long ago. We are aware of that fact and we have to do it again.”

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