Manchester United broke the golden rule set by former manager Alex Ferguson.

The British media ‘Mirror’ reported on the 28th (Korean time) that ‘Man United broke the golden rule created by Ferguson by signing Eric Tenhach’.

The Golden Rule is originally a great principle of Christian ethics, ‘Treat others as you would like to be treated’. It can be accepted as a universal norm that must be followed.

The golden rule that Ferguson emphasized at Manchester United is ‘no player is greater than the team’. Ferguson practiced this as a salary. Ferguson has always been paid higher than his players. However, with this Tenhah contract, this rule was broken.

The Mirror said: ‘Tenhach signed for Manchester United last summer. It violates one of the biggest rules Sir Ferguson ever made.’ 스포츠토토

Mirror said, ‘Tenhach receives an annual salary of 9 million pounds (about 14 billion won). Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is the best among managers with £19 million (approximately 29 billion won). Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp earns £16 million (approximately 24.5 billion won), and Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte earns £15 million (approximately 23 billion won).

Mirror said, ‘Tenhah doesn’t get paid less, but in the meantime, a player at Manchester United couldn’t get paid more than a manager. There are many secrets to Ferguson’s success, but one of them is that he never lets his players think he’s bigger than the club. Even when Wayne Rooney earned £250,000 a week (about 400 million won) in 2010, it was lower than Ferguson’s.

“I don’t think it’s fair that Rooney earns twice as much as I do,” Ferguson said. I agreed,” he recalled.

But now there are eight players who are paid more than Tenhag. According to The Mirror, they are David de Gea, Jadon Sancho, Rafael Varane, Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandez, Anthony and Marcus Rashford.

However, Mirror pointed out that times have changed. “Some fans may be surprised, but it’s been 10 years since Ferguson retired,” Mirror said. Guardiola’s salary is also lower than Kevin Debrawiner (£20.8 million) and Erling Holland (£19.5 million),’ he explained.

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