United were in disarray when Ten Hag arrived in the summer but the Dutchman has rebounded from a nightmare start to steady the ship at Old Trafford. Ten Hag has won already plenty of plaudits for his no-nonsense stance in regards to discipline, particularly in response to the taxing Cristiano Ronaldo sag
The in-form striker was dropped to the bench just days after putting Nottingham Forest to the sworddue to ‘disciplinary’ issues. The 25-year-old, who stepped off the bench to net the only goal of the game, admitted after the match that he had been punished for oversleeping on the morning of a team meeting.
When he was quizzed on Ten Hag’s decision after the match, Shaw made it clear that he agreed with the stance – and appeared to hint that previous United managers would not have followed suit.
“I think at a top club it has to be like that, people can’t do whatever they want,” Shaw told BT Sport. “Maybe that’s been part of the problem in the past with people getting away with silly little things but the manager takes that into consideration. You see today, if you’re not keeping the standards high then you won’t play.”
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