Man Utd news: Red Devils fined as Erik ten Hag given green light to complete transfer

Man Utd news: Red Devils fined as Erik ten Hag given green light to complete transfer
The Football Association has fined Manchester United £82,000 for breaches of two rules during their Premi...

Manchester United prepare to take on Aston Villa in Thursday night's Carabao Cup showdown as they aim to avoid a second defeat by the same opponent in a matter of days.

The Red Devils may have lost their way against the Villains on Sunday but ensured they did not repeat the same behavioural mistakes from recent games with Newcastle and Chelsea, for which they have been fined by the Football Association. Elsewhere, Erik ten Hag has been given the green light for a transfer - but only if he sells an unwanted flop first.

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Manchester United have been fined £82,000 by the Football Association for a breach of rules during their recent Premier League draws with Newcastle and Chelsea.

The Red Devils have admitted to failing to control their players in both matches. Against Newcastle on October 16, players surrounded the referee following a contentious moment between Callum Wilson and Lisandro Martinez.

Ten Hag’s players were guilty of similar behaviour in their 1-1 draw with Chelsea just six days later, with the referee once again being swarmed following the decision to award the hosts a penalty, conceded by Scott McTominay.




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