Manchester United player, Fred, hails new coach ‘Erik Ten Hag’ as a world-class manager

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Ten Hag was named manager of the Red Devils on Thursday morning, signing a three-year contract with a four-year option to become the club’s fifth permanent manager since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013.

And Fred told Premier League Productions that the 52-year-old Dutchman can help United “return to being the massive club that we are.”

‘It’s fantastic news,’ he remarked. He’s a world-class coach who will be of great assistance to us here. I’ve seen Ajax play, and they’re a fantastic football team. We know he will help us a lot, and we hope to win trophies next year.

You must continually demonstrate your worth from day to day and game to game. A new manager will assess the team, and you must demonstrate the quality of your work in order to continue to play and work hard under the new coach.

‘It’s more important than ever to improve, develop, keep fighting, and compete for trophies.’ We must revert to our former status as a major club, such as Manchester United.

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We are confident that the new manager will assist us in getting back on track, with the goal of winning once more.

We must work extremely hard. The job of the new management will not be completed in one day. It will be a lengthy process. There will be a pre-season, and it will be a lot of fun.

A new style to which we can adapt. Of course, we still have to accomplish our goals this season.’

The selection of the Dutchman has been predicted for some time, ever since Sportsmail disclosed a month ago that he had been interviewed for the post, beating out Mauricio Pochettino of Paris Saint-Germain.

Ten Hag, who reportedly upset United technical director Darren Fletcher and football director John Murtough with his candid appraisal of the club’s shortcomings during his interview, now has a massive reconstruction project on his hands.

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