This season has been quite a disaster for Manchester United, by the club’s lofty standards.
Manchester United currently sit bottom of their group in the Champions League.
It’s yet to be seen whether United will qualify from this group to the knockout stage, with two games left to play.
After the defeat to Copenhagen, Manchester United legend Paul Scholes insisted that the club should show more trust in Erik ten Hag, having sacked a number of managers in recent years.
Speaking about Erik ten Hag’s future after Man United’s Champions League defeat to FC Copenhagen, Paul Scholes told TNT Sport: “I still don’t feel like there’s that much pressure on Erik ten Hag.
“He had a good year and bought some time. He’s had bad injuries but nine defeats in 17 is not good enough.
“I know United have sacked before, but I don’t think they can afford to keep doing that. I don’t think we can afford to do it anymore, I think we’ve got to let this fella go with it.
“Ten Hag got unlucky tonight, but United put up a good fight. They lacked a bit of leadership. It’s not easy to play away in Europe.
“It’s just that collapsing that’s hurting them. Once they concede one it feels like another is coming. You can’t keep doing that every week.”