Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, gave a journalist a SAS Survival Handbook after a terrifying 10-hour trip home through the snow. Nigeria Information Guide
Simon Peach, a journalist, was one of many people who became stuck on the M62 after leaving Manchester United’s rout of Real Betis owing to exceptionally heavy snowfall. Peach’s journey home took close to 10 hours because of the multiple inches of snow that had been dumped on the road! Erik ten Hag, the head of United, became intrigued by it and sent Peach a book titled “SAS Survival Handbook” with the note,
“For next time… Erik ten Hag says, “Simon, be careful.
On a chilly night at Old Trafford, United prevailed over Betis. In the less-than-ideal weather that swept the north-east of England on March 9, a victory thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford, Antony, Bruno Fernandes, and Wout Weghorst helped keep supporters optimistic as they traveled home.
Nine games spread across three tournaments make up the harsh April calendar for Ten Hag and his team. The month kicks off on April 2 with a trip to Saint James’ Park to take on Newcastle United.