Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag: ‘I’ll do it here too’

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag: ‘I’ll do it here too’

Weaned from titles for the past five years, England’s most successful club is struggling at the start of the season. Manchester United were beaten in the first two days of the Premier League and the task still looks difficult against Liverpool on Monday (9 p.m.). However, Red Devils coach Erik ten Hag does not budge from his idea of ​​” restore » the glory days of MU.

“I wanted this challenge. I knew it was going to be difficult but I wanted it”

I’m here to help the club and restore itsaid the Dutchman. I wanted this challenge. I knew it was going to be difficult but I wanted it, because in my career, everywhere I started, the beginning was difficult but I got to my goals, and I’m convinced that I will get there too. Nevertheless, ten Hag is not fooling himself. ” I know it’s a processhe admits. I will stay consistent with the plan, the philosophy that we have. »

I made this decision on Saturday, during the match, when I saw the performance (0-4 at halftime). It’s not the norm for Manchester United and it’s not my norm. We have to change that and I have to teach the team and the players what this standard is. »

“We have a chance to turn things around and there is no better game to do that than Liverpool at Old Trafford”

Marcus Rashford, Manchester United striker

Marcus Rashford has urged his team to regain cohesion and a strong unity, which the team has failed to show. at certain points in matches, and we paid the price. » « As long as we’re all together, I’m sure we can handle whatever comes our way. way, explained the 24-year-old winger. It’s just a matter of putting points on the board. We want to start the season and once we’ve done that we’ll feel like we’ve won again. »

The England international felt the Premier League clash against Liverpool came at the right time for Manchester. ” We have a chance to turn things around and there is no better game to do so than Liverpool at Old Trafford. »

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