Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho removed from the official WhatsApp group chat
According to The Sun, Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho have been exiled from the group chat due to his spat with the manager Erik ten Hag. Before his suspension from training, Sancho only made three appearances in the Premier League this season.
He is already not allowed to train with the senior team or use any of their amenities, such as the canteen. He has to bring his own meals to the academy area, where he also has a changing room. Sancho took down the social media post, but he did not apologise for his outburst, which led to his continued exile from the senior team.
Since then, Sancho has declined to offer Ten Hag an apology, and it seems that the two are at a standstill as the January transfer market draws closer. A winter departure has also been discussed, as other teams are interested in the player.
The most significant offence was by far Sancho’s public criticism of his manager, and we think the management will continue to support Ten Hag wholeheartedly because they understand that discipline is the cornerstone of his United comeback. However, it’s still a bold decision to remove a player from the group chat.
The United manager ought to have kept Sancho’s problems under wraps rather than disclosing them to the public. The right to self-defence is granted to the gamer by this invasion of privacy.
Mason Greenwood was sent out on loan, and Amad Diallo is hurt, so Ten Hag’s options are restricted. Sancho’s relationship with the team’s fans have undoubtedly been affected by his conduct. It would be better for the player and the club if he departed, as opposed to hoping that the team would suffer for his benefit. Sancho might decide to stay at United, even though it would be detrimental to his career.
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A spot of both on Ten Hag’s managing abilities is that he chose to freeze him out rather than work out a cooperative solution. Sancho has reportedly deleted the contentious social media post, but he still won’t apologise to Ten Hag for how he feels about his treatment at United.