I Will End Man City And Liverpool Reign – Erik Ten Hag
Erik Ten Hag in his first press confer’ence as Man United manager has sent warning shots to Liverpool and Man City as he promis’es to end their era
Manchester United new manager, Erik Te’n Hag has appeared ready for the task ahead as he make bold claim on his first pre’ss conference for the club.
The Dutch man watched his new side stru’ggle against Crystal Palace as he was sighted in the stand loo’king very sad from the team’s performance.
The Red Devils suffered a 1-0 def’eat on the final day of the Premier League action with their former attac’ker, netting the home side into victory after cutting into Diogo Dal’ot and Harry Maguire.
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Finishing outside the top 4, Man Unit’ed won’t be part of the UEFA Champions League next season as Te’n Hag tags it a bitter thing that will only give him more time and ease to imple’ment his tactics before they are back in the competition.
Ahead of the 2022/2023 Premier Leag’ue season, Ten Hag will be looking towards a major contest for glory on the loc’al league before weighing the possibility of chasing the UEFA Champ’ions League trophy.
The former Ajax manager seem not sca’red of the powers that are already prevailing in the Leag’ue (Liverpool and Man City) as he sent warning shots to both sides clai’ming he is out to end an era.
Manchester City retained the Premi’er League trophy after a sensational come back against Aston Villa, den’ying second placed Liverpool the opportunity to steal in at the last da’y with the Reds also pulling off a superb win against Wo’lves.
“In this moment I admire the’m [Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp],” Ten Hag said. “I admire them both. T’hey play, in this moment, really fantastic football – both Liverpool and M’an City.
“But you will always see that an era c’an come to an end. I am looking forward to battling with them and I am su’re all the other clubs in the Premier League will want to do t’hat.”
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“I don’t think about that in this mom’ent,” the 52-year-old continued when asked about United comp’eting for the league. “What we are thinking about is that this is a pro’ject.
“That always takes time. But I kno’w that, in this club – and I have experience with other clubs like Ajax and Baye’rn Munich – this is the toughest length of time. But we want to wi’n, we want to win every game, so we go from game to game a’nd then we will see.”
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