Erik ten Hag sets the standard by not allowing bus parade for one trophy

Erik ten Hag has ruled out the prospect of holding an open-top bus parade if Manchester United win the Carabao Cup on Sunday. 

The Red Devils have a trip to Wembley next up in their schedule where they can win their first trophy in five years.

According to the Daily Mail, the manager does not want a bus parade for just one trophy but could consider it if United win two. Currently, they are the only English team that remain in contention for all four competitions; third in the Premier League, last-16 of the Europa League, fifth-round of the FA Cup and this weekend’s final.

United have not had such a celebration since 2013, after winning their 20th league title.

Newcastle to hold parade in city centre if victorious

On the other hand, the Magpies will hold a parade in Newcastle if they lift the trophy, which would be their first one in 54 years. The Reds are the more in-form side heading into the clash, but Eddie Howe has overseen just two league defeats this campaign and has implemented drastic changes to his side’s style of play and results.

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