Erik ten Hag is trying to improve Manchester United’s performance
Following the recent international break, Manchester United are under pressure to make major improvements. With Brighton poised to present a difficult test at Old Trafford on Saturday, Erik ten Hag is doing everything he can to ensure his squad is ready to begin their stuttering season.
Manchester United currently sit in 11th position in the league having lost two crucial games which include Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
United wants the first-team players to dine at their newly renovated cafeteria rather than nice dining venues near their opulent residences. The Dutchman insisted the club to implement a revamped players’ lounge at Old Trafford, alterations to the home dugout, and a tiered briefing room at the training facility.
Ten Hag’s team has started wearing blood glucose monitors and sweat patches on game days to track their individual nutritional and hydration needs. But what counts are the outcomes after 90 minutes, especially when the Red Devils are performing so poorly.
Omar Meziane, United’s new head chef hired from the FA, believes Ten Hag’s drive to improve his players’ nutrition had a key impact. Ten Hag already has a lot of things going on in his head, since the club’s season has not been up to the mark followed by Jadon Sancho’s conflict.
A lot of important fixtures lay ahead with the Bayern Munich game as the one to watch out for. A win against the former German champions can surely help the team gain the confidence that has been lacking since the start of the season.
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Ten Hag should maintain his cool, as he has done since joining the club, and now is the chance to demonstrate his managing abilities and bounce back. His man-management skills will be needed more than ever right now and he has to make sure he maintains a strong control over the dressing room.