Ten Hag breaks his silence on Man United’s accession, Chelsea receives injury relief, and Trevoh Chalobah resumes squad training.
Ten Hag speaks out over the accession of Man United
In light of the Glazers’ admission that they’re willing to vend the platoon, Erik ten Hag has spoken on the implicit accession of Manchester United.
The possessors’ station change has given the Dutchman stopgap for better times because they had preliminarily shown no signs of giving up control of the platoon.
Ten Hag told The Athletic,” My information is that there will only be good effects because there will be further investment possible, which is good.”
The director seems to partake the same enthusiasm for the conception of a United without Glazer as the sympathizers, and it’s clear that he’s apprehensive of the necessity for the platoon to catch up to its rivals.
” I consider the Premier League’s girding competition. Everyone has the chance to make an investment. There’s a fierce contest between seven or eight clubs.
” The competition is vastly tougher now than it was five or ten times agone
, so there has been a change in circumstances. Spurs really, Newcastle really, indeed West Ham, who may not now be in the table but have made significant investments, as well as City, Chelsea, and Liverpool, about whom I do not need to speak.
The league allows seven or eight clubs to share. I do not indeed notice any poor brigades at the bottom. They’re all important. There are no simple games.
Manchester United would be a veritably different beast than the bone
that now competes with the brigades Ten Hag listed if it were not for interest payments, gains, and a general casualness for the club’s structure.