Ten Hag scores his goal with Manchester

Berlin (ODA)

Dutch manager Eric Ten Hag, Manchester United’s new manager, has confirmed he is not aiming to compete for the English Premier League title in his first season but is looking to secure a place for his side in the League champions.
Last month, Manchester United announced their contract with Ten Hag to succeed temporary German manager Ralf Rangnick.
After leading Ajax Amsterdam to a third Eredivisie title in four years, Ten Hag moved to Old Trafford.
“I said that was the plan, to bring Manchester back to the top, but we also have to accept the status quo,” Ten Hag said in an interview with Manchester Media Channel today, Tuesday.
“Above all, United belong to the Champions League, so that will be our first target.”
“I have to learn and adapt but I also have to stay the same, confident that we can get to the structure and the way we want to play,” he explained.
The Dutch coach went on to say: If we complete this task and communicate with the players, we will achieve this success.
Tin Hag concluded his speech by saying: Just like I want to win, winning is the most important thing, but I also intend to implement it in a specific and offensive way.

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