Former Manchester United player, Paul Ince feels that Erik ten Hag disrespected him with his actions after last week’s FA Cup clash.
Manchester United breezed past Reading in the fourth round of the FA Cup last weekend, walking away 3-1 winners.
The result was no surprise but Reading manager, Paul Ince has since stated that he was disappointed with Erik ten Hag’s actions or lack of after the final whistle blew.
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Ince spent six years at Old Trafford and felt ‘disappointed’ that none of the staff invited him up for a ‘glass of wine’ after the game.
“I went straight up to see Sir Alex because I got a text from him afterwards to say “come up and see me”, Ince said.
”So myself, my wife and [his son] Thomas went up there and spent an hour with him.
“It disappointed me because none of the United staff asked me in for a glass of wine. I didn’t like that, it’s a lack of respect.
“Whoever it is, win, lose or draw, you say pop in for a drink. Whether it’s wine or tea it doesn’t really matter.
“None of their staff did that so that was disappointing. I couldn’t give a monkeys but I just pride it on myself, as a manager, whether or not you get beaten, you say come in for a glass of wine.’
Reading are currently struggling in the Championship, they are 16th and a win against Watford this weekend is essential for Ince’s side.