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Manchester United fans have come up with a new chant for incoming manager Erik ten Hag but it's already been branded as one of their "worst ever". Watch below:
Ajax boss Ten Hag will take over at Old Trafford at the end of the season after agreeing to a three-year contract at United with the option of an additional year.
United supporters are understandably excited by the start of a new era under the Dutchman after another disappointing season.
And they've already got a chant already prepared for Ten Hag when he arrives at the club.
It goes as follows: "One Hag, Two Hag, Three Hag, Four Hag, Five Hag, Six Hag, Seven Hag, Eight Hag, Nine Hag, Ten Hag… Ten Hag, Ten Hag, Ten Hag, Ten Hag."
Footage of supporters singing the chant ahead of United's Premier League match against Brentford on Monday has gone viral on social media.
But the chant has been widely mocked by fans of rival clubs as well as United supporters.
"Now this is the worse chant EVER," wrote one fan on Twitter.
Another added: "What in the American chants is this…"
A third wrote: "Liquidate with immediate effect."
While the new chant may be a flop, United fans had a reason to celebrate on Monday night as their side beat Brentford 3-0 at Old Trafford in their final home match of the campaign.
What is this😂— Chris (@CsDuhh) May 2, 2022
And I thought it couldn’t get worse 😂— Alex Le Puill (@LePuill) May 2, 2022
😂how embarrassing— Steve (@steveolfc22) May 2, 2022
Worst chant I’ve ever heard— Alan Johnson (@AFootballWriter) May 2, 2022
Bruno Fernandes put the home side ahead in the ninth minute with his first goal in nine league games.
Cristiano Ronaldo then added a second for United from the penalty spot midway through the second half to take his overall goals tally for the season to 24.
Raphael Varane added a third before a small minority of United supporters staged a walkout in the 73rd minute of the match in a protest against the club's owners.
Victory for United moves them back to within three points of fifth-place Tottenham, while Brentford remain 14th.
What do you make of United’s latest chant? Let us know your thoughts.
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