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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag suspended for the game against Everton

Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, will be absent from the touchlines in the upcoming match against Everton due to a one-game suspension. This disciplinary action follows his third yellow card of the season in today’s hard-fought 1-0 victory over Luton Town.

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The winning goal was scored by Victor Lindelof, and despite maintaining the lead, Luton Town persistently pressed for an equalizer until the final minutes. Under mounting pressure, ten Hag received a booking for disputing two late throw-ins, leading to his suspension.

In his post-match interview, the Dutch manager explained the incident, stating, “It was about a moment so clear, a throw-in, but it was the second time.” He emphasized the clarity of the situation from his perspective and acknowledged that there comes a point where decisions must be accepted.

Despite the team’s average performances, Manchester United has secured four victories in their last five league games, bringing them within three points of a top-four position. The upcoming fixture against Everton will pose a challenge, especially with ten Hag serving his touchline ban.

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