Man United bans media outlets from press conference

Manchester United’s turbulent season has taken another twist as four media outlets, including Mirror Football, face a ban from attending Erik ten Hag’s press conference ahead of the clash with Chelsea.

The move comes in the wake of revelations about a dressing-room revolt against Ten Hag, intensifying the already heated atmosphere surrounding Old Trafford.

Mirror Football broke the news on Monday about a purported dressing-room revolt within Manchester United, with several players reportedly disillusioned with Ten Hag’s management.

The story shed light on internal unrest, contributing to the growing list of challenges facing the beleaguered United manager.

In response to the exposé, Manchester United has taken the extraordinary step of banning several media organizations, citing their failure to contact the club before publishing the story.

A spokesperson for the club clarified that the ban is not a punitive measure for unfavourable stories but is a result of the media outlets neglecting to seek comment, challenge, or contextualize their reports.

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