EPL: Ten Hag introduces ‘negative football’ training at Man Utd

Manchester United's Dutch head coach Erik ten Hag gestures during the football friendly match between Atletico Madrid and Manchester United at the Ullevaal stadium in Olso, Norway, on July 30, 2022. - - Norway OUT (Photo by Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB / AFP) / Norway OUT (Photo by STIAN LYSBERG SOLUM/NTB/AFP via Getty Images)

Manchester United boss, Erik ten Hag, is unhappy with the lack of two-sided players in his squad.

Upon his arrival at Carrington, ten Hag noted a shortage of left-footed players, and countered this by signing Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez and Antony.

The Manchester Evening News says the 52-year-old has set up specific drills after main sessions to strengthen the weaker foot of existing United players.

Training sessions have got more intense with new arrivals including Antony and Casemiro. It has also increased competition for places, with Scott McTominay stepping up to keep £70m signing Casemiro out of the side.

Sources believe United’s senior hierarchy have backed ten Hag’s ideas at Old Trafford, with his disciplined management style balanced by his personable nature.

Related posts

EPL: Arsenal gun down Brentford to bounce back to the top

SD Reporter

World Athletics Media Advisory: the week ahead in athletics, 14-20 March

SD Reporter

Diamond League: Amusan finishes second in Lausanne

SD Reporter

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More