The last time Man UTD won a trophy was in 2017, making it their longest losing streak in 40 years. “We have to do everything to bring a trophy in,” Erik ten Hag stated. “Too long” has passed since Manchester United last won a trophy, according to Erik ten Hag, who vows to “do everything” to remedy the situation. United have not won a major trophy since 2017 when they last did so.
However, this season’s Carabao Cup gives them a chance to change that. Ten Hag’s team will play Nottingham Forest live on Sky Sports on Wednesday in the first leg of their semi-final matchup at the City Ground. The Dutchman is hoping to add to his six Ajax trophies. The manager of United stated, “Winning a trophy is the best feeling you can have.” I was fortunate to win trophies throughout my career, and it is magnificent, especially for the fans. It’s so wonderful, and I believe the fans, particularly the older ones, have some experience.
However, it has been a long time since Manchester United won trophies. We must do everything in our power to bring a trophy in, and we are aware of that fact. After a disappointing week, United’s hopes of winning the Premier League for the first time since 2013 appear to be fading. They are also competing in the Europa League and FA Cup this season. After their victory in the Manchester derby, there was talk of challenging for the title.
However, a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace and a 3-2 loss to leaders Arsenal have shown that Ten Hag’s rebuilding is still in its infancy. At the Emirates on Sunday, United led, but Eddie Nketiah scored in the final minute to win 3-2 and leave Ten Hag’s team 11 points behind. He stated, “We left it behind.” We reach the right conclusions then, and since Wednesday night is a big game, the focus is on that, and we need to move quickly.