He follows German coach Ralph Rangnick, who has been temporarily hired to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, a popular former United player who was appointed with little coaching experience and was trying to adjust to the scale of the assignment. United management, a team that has a global fan base and expectations of success. He was not the only one who did not live up to these high expectations.
United have been hampered by the coaching staff in various ways – high-profile figures such as Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, as well as Scottish David Moyes, Ferguson’s chosen successor – so that he will not be close to laying the groundwork for a team. Return to the course for regular success.
Ten Hague’s appointment comes two days after United lost 4-0 to Liverpool, who are currently embroiled in a high-octane, neck-to-neck race with City for the Premier League title. United have moved into sixth place, 23 points behind leaders City and will not be able to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
The appointment is not unexpected. United have long targeted Ten Hague as a possible new manager and have spoken to him repeatedly as he tries to plan for the future. United, along with the 52-year-old Ten Hegg, along with Argentina coach Mauricio Pochettino and Paris Saint-Germain coach, have attracted fans for their Tottenham Hotspur teamwork. Ultimately, these are the ten Hague who have been tasked with reviving the fallen giant.
“In our conversation with Eric leading up to this appointment, we were very impressed by his long-term vision of bringing Manchester United back to the level we want to compete with, and his aspiration to achieve that,” said John Murtow, United. Said the football director.
United’s slide was so deep that it could take years for Ten Hague to become United’s rivals for the biggest titles. The current coach, Rangnick, said the same thing after a disastrous game against Liverpool, during which many United fans left the stadium before the referee ended the humiliation.
“It’s shameful, it’s heartbreaking, it may even be humiliating,” Rangnik, a reprimanded but outspoken figure, said on Tuesday. “We have to admit that we are six years ahead of us now. When Jürgen Klopp came, they changed clubs and took not only the team but also the club and the city to a new level. That’s what needs to happen to us in the next transfer window. “