Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag, currently facing criticism, is reportedly dedicating extensive hours to revive the team’s performance.
According to The Sun, Ten Hag consistently arrives at Carrington training ground before 7 am and stays well beyond the players’ departure. Sources emphasize his unwavering commitment, stating, “Nobody can accuse Ten Hag of a lack of effort.”
The report notes occasional breaks, but he often resumes work until 8:30 pm, aiming to reverse the club’s fortunes.
Following a 4-3 loss to FC Copenhagen, Ten Hag addressed Marcus Rashford’s underwhelming performances, reflecting broader struggles within the team.
Despite a narrow 1-0 win against Luton, doubts linger among fans about a quick turnaround. United, now in sixth place, five points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, faces challenges.
Ten Hag, relying on his prolonged work hours, anticipates positive outcomes during the upcoming international break.
This respite allows him time to strategize and address issues away from the demanding schedules of the Premier League and Champions League.