Eric Ten Hager believes Manchester United can end rival dominance Manchester United

eric ten witches believe Manchester United Could end the domestic domination of Manchester City and Liverpool under his management.

The Dutchman has started his first official week in charge of Manchester United.Although Sunday 0-1 loss to Crystal Palace Sending them to a Premier League low of 58 points and sixth, Ten Hager believes he can revive United.

The 52-year-old believes City and Liverpool will remain dominant until one or both of their managers Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp leave their respective clubs.

Ten Haig said: “I admire them, Manchester City and Liverpool. They both play fantastic football. But you always see an era coming to an end and I look forward to playing alongside them.” He will be under pressure to end the hegemony before the managers leave. “I think so.”

Despite the low level of completion, Ten Hager believes his team is still a challenging one. “Last season, the team was second in the league, so it has potential. I think if we improve, if we can work with them, we can get more from them than this season, “He said. “First of all, we want to make the fans proud. Second, of course things are obviously not that good right now. It’s a big challenge. I want to build and build a team that competes against each other, who are united and who will achieve results.

“We are also performing at the Theatre of Dreams [Old Trafford]. We want to be entertained. In the end, the aim is to play great football. If we can’t play good football, we still have to win. “

Ten Haag spoke on the same day, with club co-owner Avram Glazer promising money in the summer. “We’ve been spending the money there on new players,” he told Sky Sports. “We think Ten Hager is the right guy. That’s why we hired him. He’s going to do well. It’s been a disappointing season, but we’re going to try to make next season a better one for everyone. season.”

David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are the predecessors of the ten Haag who led Manchester United in the nine years since Sir Alex retires won their last Premier League title.

Ten witches were asked why he was able to succeed if none of the four had been crowned champions. “I have the confidence to get a good feel from the people around me,” he said. “I got a great feeling from the meeting that we had a plan and now it’s about finishing the plan, putting it into the process, collaborating, being aligned in our plan, when we have good people around, with the right With the right connections and the right commitment, we will achieve the success we want.”

Ten witches shrugged off the idea that accepting the challenge would jeopardize their reputation. “I don’t see it as a risk. This club has a long history and now let’s create the future,” he said. “It’s going to be exciting.”

Ten witches did admit that he was going to have to get started. “Our thinking was: ‘This is a project and it will take time.’ But I also know that at this club and other clubs like Ajax and Bayern Munich [where he was second team manager] There is never time at the top. “

Ten Witch is wary of his faction tactics. “The plan is big and we only have a short time. First, we’ll roll it out to the staff, then the players, and then you’ll see,” he said. “The first steps – the first thing we have to do is build the people, build the team and have a good pre-season plan and that’s what we’re doing right now. I’ve worked hard with my team to be successful and that’s what What I’m looking forward to. We have a strategy, a concept, and we’re going to work on that.

“us [he and his staff] Think at every club: “What’s the ethos of the club?” That’s what we want to know and why they appointed me as manager. I have to bring something to the club, a dynamic. If you want to get to the top, you have to ask for it, and that’s what we do. “

Van Gaal warning his fellow He should have chosen “a football club over a business club”. This is a reference to the perception that United’s main goal is finances, not sporting. Asked about it, the Ten Witch said: “I’ve heard of it, but I’ll draw the line myself. I’m sure it won’t be the case. I’ve spoken to the directors – football is one of the most important things at this club. Two, three.”

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10 Hag shakes hands with reporters at a media briefing on Monday, knowing the role of 37-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo. “Goal. I’ll talk to Ronaldo before talking to you,” the manager said.

He will also wait until his first player returns to meet them for the first time on June 27. “They need a break to reflect. I’ll be talking to the players at the end of June and the first week of July,” he said.

Manchester United have confirmed that Steve McLaren and Mitchell van der Gaag are part of the ten Haag coaching staff.