Manchester United’s coach, Eric Ten Hag, makes an attempt to make their gamers challengers, as he desires his facet’s gamers to play nastier and smarter.
On Thursday, within the group match of the Europa League, Manchester United gained a 3-2 victory over Omonia Nicosia. After United’s this win, Ten Hag stated he believed gamers have so as to add an edge to their play and be extra streetwise to keep away from unnecessary yellow playing cards.
On Sunday, within the opening moments of the match towards Man Metropolis, which United misplaced by 6-3, United’s coach referenced Diogo Dalot’s reserving for a problem on Jack Grealish.
Ten Hag stated I do know what nasty is, and in that method, we will progress and typically additionally play just a little bit smarter. Furthermore, he stated we have now too many bookings, I’m wondering why we acquire so many, and I don’t perceive, like the primary reserving on Sunday, I don’t perceive.
Ten Hag stated we wish to play robust, we wish to maintain the sport going, after which within the second minute, it was already a reserving for Diogo, and it was clear that it was a foul however a reserving. Furthermore, he stated I noticed many different bookings the place I believe, Is that crucial?
He stated I’ve to maintain reminding them to play sensible, however they should play nasty as nicely.
Within the loss towards Metropolis, Ten Hag believes that it was because of an absence of depth. He stated It’s like a routine, a lifestyle, and you must convey it to each coaching session as a squad and a person participant. Furthermore, he stated It’s not one thing that you just construct or can progress in per week or a month, but it surely’s a system that must be and a requirement in high soccer.
About dropping towards Metropolis, Ten Hag stated, It’s a fairly clear Metropolis is the usual on this, and there are extra groups too, however I believe we will ship that.
Furthermore, he stated we had seen it towards Arsenal and Liverpool when successful, however now we have now to do it constantly, and that’s what we have now to work for now.