Erik ten Hag has been praised for his management skills during his first four months on the job, with three key changes identified to deal with negativity.
Manchester United are eagerly awaiting their return to Premier League action next weekend, as they look to extend their impressive winning streak in order to climb further up the table.
Off the field, Erik ten Hag has been praised for his impact at the club as a result of three major changes he made to his team to eliminate negativity. In other news, the FA has charged Cristiano Ronaldo following an altercation with an Everton fan last season, and Manchester United has been ordered to pay an early transfer fee.
Patrice Evra has lauded United manager Ten Hag and the three changes he made to his starting lineup to “get rid of the negativity.”
The Red Devils had a nightmare start to the season, losing at home to Brighton before suffering a humiliating four-goal defeat at Brentford the following week. Since then, Ten Hag has transformed his results, winning four consecutive Premier League games, including historic victories over Liverpool and Arsenal.
Following the loss at Brentford, Ten Hag made three significant changes to his starting lineup, which he has maintained in subsequent league matches. All of the moves were risky, including the departures of club captain Harry Maguire and United’s highest-paid player, Cristiano Ronaldo.
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United forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been charged by the FA for an incident that occurred after his team’s match against Everton last season.
The forward has been charged with violating FA Rule E3 for his actions “an incident that occurred on Saturday, April 9, 2022, following Manchester United FC’s Premier League match against Everton FC. It is claimed that the forward’s behavior following the final whistle was improper and/or violent “.
United has issued their own statement. “We take note of the FA announcement regarding Cristiano Ronaldo. We will assist the player in responding to the charge “it says.
Brazilian club Sao Paulo reportedly wants to clear some debts by receiving the money United owes them for Antony as soon as possible.
On deadline day, the Red Devils signed Antony from Ajax for £85 million. As part of an agreement reached between Ajax and former club Sao Paulo, a significant portion of the transfer fee is owed to the Brazilian club, which is expected to earn £18 million from the deal.
United is thought to have agreed to pay for Antony over the next five years in order to spread the cost. However, according to a report cited by Sport Witness, Sao Paulo wants their money as soon as possible. It is believed that the South American team is experiencing financial difficulties, such as the need to pay outstanding image rights fees to their players.
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