‘It’s out! ‘Director’ Ten Haach, who will lead Manchester United, caught in London… Will watch the match against Palace

[인터풋볼] Reporter Ha Geun-soo = Manager Eric Ten Haach, who will lead Manchester United’s ‘resurrection of fame’, has arrived in England. The final round will also be watched in person.

Manchester United will face Crystal Palace in Round 38 of the English Premier League (EPL) for the 2021-22 season to be held at Selhurst Park in London, England on the 23rd at 0:00 (Korean time). Manchester United are currently in 6th place (58 points).

The European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) has crossed the water early but must win. Because West Ham United could rebound depending on the final round result. Manchester United, who are currently in the Europa League (UEL) qualifying table, could fall to the Europa Conference (UECL) if they fall behind 7th-placed West Ham (56 points).

However, the atmosphere is not serious. Manchester United have only won once in their last 5 matches and wrinkled their pride (1 win, 1 draw, 3 loss). In the last round, they bowed their heads as they suffered a whopping 0-4 loss to Brighton. Manchester United desperately need a win against the Palace in order to advance to the UEL.

In the midst of this, news broke that Ten Haach had finished his career at Ajax in the Netherlands and arrived in England. “The Mirror” reports that “Director Ten Haach was spotted in London on Wednesday. He had a secret meeting with CEO Richard Arnold and General Manager John Mattou. He’s going to talk a lot in London and is expected to spend a few days.” did.

The final round of the Palace match will also be watched directly. British ’90min’ also highlighted the manager Ten Haach and said, “The next head coach, Ten Haach, has already started working in the background. He will also visit Selhurst Park. told

It can be a unique motivator for the players as coach Ten Haach is watching directly. Manchester United and manager Ten Haach are planning an all-out reform with their swords drawn into their squad this summer. Cristiano Ronaldo and other players whose path has been shaken recently are expected to struggle to stand out as coach Ten Haach.

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