‘He better go to a football club’ – Ex-manager has damning United management verdict




The 2021/22 Premier League campaign has once again sparked a few stories for football fans to salivate over. Whether it’s the expected horse race between Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool for the first-flight title or just what would ultimately happen to a few managerial hot potatoes given the relative states of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and in particular, Manchester United.

The Old Trafford outlet continues to be a source of massive speculation in the press as despite numerous attempts since 2013 they have simply been unable to adequately replace Sir Alex Ferguson after his retirement. Although there was better success under Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, each spell had its own pitfalls and the club ultimately seemed to totally lose its way under former star striker and fan favorite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, despite the odd brighter moment and a reasonably fair 91. wins in 168 matches.

You just can’t think of the club as an underdog without thinking there’s no long term plan in place, certainly not a reasonable transfer strategy, as they continue to massively overpay players who don’t have failed to have a major impact and justify the investment. fact – while also seeming to further marginalize their own talent from the Academy, and a longer-term future, relying on well-known, more commercial names.

You would get stupid ratings from people like asiabet8888.com for current incumbent Ralf Rangnick to last beyond the 2021/22 campaign in the management seat, as all expectations suggest there is no deviation from the advisory role plan which exists, and many would say why would he want to stay in that role given he’s had his own off-field issues to deal with and despite Ronaldo’s glitzy and glamorous return created in the press, he’s compelled to score goals and this has noticeably affected their style of play and their approach in matches. Last but not least, the Red Devils are openly calling for Rangnick to be replaced and the media are naturally taking advantage of this.

After Solskjaer left in November, one of the latest names in the frame is the much-loved Ajax coach Erik ten Hag and he seems to have been added to a shortlist which is said to already contain names such as Mauricio Pochettino, Julien Lopetegui and Luis Enrique. Given the success Ten Hag has tasted in the Eredivisie, it’s not really a big surprise to see him bound by United’s hierarchy is probably not the happiest with former gaffer van Gaal given his latest comments where he didn’t so subtly warn Ten Hag to take the job. .

“I will not advise, he will call me himself. But he must choose a football club and not a commercial club. Erik ten Hag is a great manager and that’s always good for Manchester United. But Manchester United is a commercial club, so it’s a tough choice for a manager. He better go to a football club.

With summer fast approaching, this particular speculation is ready to run and run.

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