Jamie Carragher has some strong words of criticism for manager Eric ten Hague.
Last season, Manchester United achieved modest results under Van Gaal. Under the new boss, Mourinho attempted to shake things up with a strong rebuild. He let go of players who had become liabilities, veterans who had contributed little to the team, and brought in players who fit his mold. The Red Devils finished third in the league, qualified for the UEFA Champions League (UCL), and lifted the trophy in the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), beating Newcastle United.
United saw the potential. This season, they set their sights even higher. They made solid additions across all positions, including Rasmus Hojelun, Andre Onana, Mason Mount, and Sofiane Amrabat.
However, their results to date have been disappointing. In the league, they are in 8th place with 5 wins and 4 losses in 9 games (15 points), and in the UCL, they have 1 win and 2 losses in 3 group games. They have recently won three straight official matches, but their performances have not been favorable.
Ten Haag’s first-choice players have also been underperforming. Onana has been criticized for his frequent mistakes, while Mount has struggled with injuries and inconsistency. Amrabat has been ‘colorless’ and Hoilearn has shown signs of life recently, but he still needs to improve. This has been compounded by controversies involving the likes of Jadon Sancho and Anthony.
It’s hardly an improvement on last season. In response, Carragher criticized the team. “Since his arrival, Van Gaal has invested £400 million and brought in around 16 players,” he said via Caleb of the Telegraph. That’s a lot of money to radically redesign a club, even if the owner is incompetent. In any case, Ten Haag had too much power over the club’s transfer policy, and he brought in 카지노 mostly players he had previously coached. What’s surprising is that they don’t fit the team’s style at all and have not made any impact.”
“No one asked Van Gaal to win a title in a year or two, they just wanted him to build a tactic that was different from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s and Jose Mourinho’s, but at the moment they are not doing that at all. Their game plan is the same as before.”