5 notes in coach Ten Hag's first training session with Manchester United

The Manchester United team inaugurated the new era under the leadership of its new coach, Dutchman Eric Ten Hag, who supervised the first training session yesterday evening at the Carrington Center, the team's training headquarters, at a time when the team's star, Cristiano Ronaldo and captain Harry Maguire, were absent. British "Mirror" 5 prominent observations in the team's first training session under the leadership of the Dutch coach.


Youth coup

The newspaper reported that a group of young players are planning to leave a positive first impression on the new coach so that they can make their way to the starting line-up, and that coach Eric Ten Hag believed in his former club, Ajax, in young players, and that among the players who were keen to present themselves Well the coach was Charlie Savage and Alvaro Fernandez.


Ten Hag regains his youth

The Dutch coach regained his youth, as he showed his technical abilities in taming the ball and doing some technical glimpses during the training session that confirmed that he is able to play well, and Eric Ten Hag has a strong career as a player, including playing more than 300 games in the Netherlands as he was captain of a team FC Twente who led him to win the Dutch Cup in 2001.


Proof of self

The star Marcus Rashford appeared while training hard and passionately in the new era that United entered with the new coach, and the newspaper indicated that Rashford wanted to enhance his position with the coach, and that the rest of the players like Sancho and Aaron Bissaka were seeking to avoid the fate of leaving the team this summer.


Return of loanees

United recovered a group of players returning from loan, led by Donny van de Beek, Axel Tuanzebe, Brandon Williams and Ethan, and also returned while Anthony Martial, and the newspaper reported that the latter can still revive his career with Manchester United after a disappointing loan period in Seville.


The coach's message The

new coach gave a strong speech to the players for several minutes, and the Dutch newspaper "Manchester Evening News" reported that he hoped to have a positive first impression and that the pictures showed that he appears assertive at times and smiles warmly at others, and the newspaper indicated that the coach realizes that the impressions The first is the key to getting his message across to the players early on.

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