Revealing that Ten Hag warned the two ghosts not to force each other in training

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has been revealed. To have warned his two players against being violent at the training ground. After the pair had a history of fighting each other

Tyrell Malacia has revealed that Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag told him and new team-mate. Anthony ‘don’t be violent’ at each other after the pair fought in the Tyrell. In previous battles in the Eredivisie Holland. Malacia moved from Feyenoord to join Manchester United at the start of the summer. Ten Hag reuniting with the former Ajax star in the final week of the transfer window.

Revealing that Ten Hag warned the two ghosts not to force each other in training

  The duo clashed directly in March in Ajax ‘s 3-2 win over Feyenoord. Which helped them advance to another Dutch league title, with Anthony. There is a list of people who score in the game as well. But Malacia’s superb form kept. Ajax’s wing quiet for most of the game. The two were involved in heavy tackles. Dangerous moments throughout the De Glassegger game.

 The two clashed again in stoppage-time, with Anthony deceiving him by falling to the ground at the bench. After taking some time to get up. He received Second yellow card for delay he said sarcastically Malacia tried to rush him off the field at that time. But now the pair have become teammates in Manchester. where both Malacia and Anthony. He is seen as a key player in Ten Hag’s new squad and the Red Devils boss warned the pair to reduce. The intensity of clashes at the training ground.

          Malacia told Sky Sports  When he (Anthony) arrived the first thing the coach said was ‘You guys, don’t be so harsh. This is a good player and I like to play opposite him. And now I’m playing with him, which is great.”

 After defeats to Brighton and Brentford in the first two games of the season. And Malacia has served at left-back since then. He has played the full 90 minutes in each of the team’s games since then. By scoring goals from the start of the field

         “Every game is difficult. (in the Premier League) every week is difficult. No game was easy,” Malacia told Sky Sports when talking about the development of Manchester United “[after the Brentford] game. We talk a lot, as a team, we train and the first thing we have to do. Doing is the basics, working hard.” “That’s where it all started. You have seen it in the UFABET game. It’s not always good football. But we work hard and that’s why we keep winning. Now we have to have that as a standard. And now we have to improve our possession of the ball.