Erik ten Hag officially takes up his post as manager at Manchester United on Monday. In his first interview, he immediately emphasizes that football and the demands on the team will change in the future.
Big goals: Erik ten Hag issued a warning in his first interview as Manchester United coach. “I have high expectations of myself and I expect the same from my team,” the 52-year-old told “MUTV”. “You have to work together and do your best every day. And I would say good is not good enough for me.”
Everything new: According to ten Hag, the style of football in particular should change with immediate effect for the Red Devils. The team must “entertain the opponent” and in this context play “attacking football”, as the “Metro” quotes the Dutchman. Overall, however, ten Hag is confident “that we will get to the point where we are successful will have.”
Farewell to Ajax: With his new position, Ten Hag is following in the footsteps of Ralf Rangnick, who has been interim coach at ManUnited since the end of last year. Previously, ten Hag served as Ajax Amsterdam boss for five years.
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