‘3rd place’ Manchester United has changed, what the hell happened

Manchester United is in the mood to succeed in rebuilding its reputation under the Eric ten Hag system.

The British Sports Bible said on the 20th (Korean time), “Man United recorded two losses in the last 20 matches and is moving toward a return to the Champions League with an 11-point lead over Newcastle in 5th place.”

Manchester United have left the helm of manager Ten Haag ahead of this season. It didn’t start well. After the opening, they lost 2 games in a row. They lost 1-2 to Brighton and 0-4 to Brentford. But since then it has been on the rise.

On the 19th, they added a 3-0 victory over Leicester City, continuing their undefeated streak in the last 8 games (6 wins, 2 draws). If it is limited to the EPL, it is 3 wins and 1 draw in the last 4 matches.

Manchester United, who recorded 15 wins, 4 draws, 5 losses and 49 points, narrowed the gap with second place Manchester City (16 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses, 52 points) to 3 points. In addition, leading Arsenal (17 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 54 points), who played less than one game, also pursued by 5 points. It would not be an exaggeration to say that he was in the right to win.

There is a possibility of winning other than leagues such as the EFL Cup final and the Europa League.

Manchester United went downhill at the end of the 2012-13 season when former manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired. Afterwards, world-class masters took the baton, but most of them failed to make a soft landing.

And it is in the mood to regain the appearance of a famous family again after 10 years. How did coach Ten Hag change the team?

The Sports Bible cited it as an intense training session. Here is an example. After United lost 4-0 to Brentford in their second game of the season, manager Ten Haag punished his players. He called drills on Sundays without drills, and got his players running. 슬롯사이트 At that time, according to the data, Man United ran 13.8 km less than Brentford in the game, so it was instructed to run that much.

Naturally, the players had no choice but to protest. But complaints soon set in. Coach Ten Hag also played with his players.

“Man United players initially expressed displeasure with this order, but soon began to respect the manager,” said the Sports Bible.

A source said, “Coach Ten Haag did not blame the players. He showed that he felt that he was responsible for the loss. It was a tough run for the players, but it was even harder for Ten Haag. I was deeply impressed,” he said.

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