Manchester United first team coach Eric ten Hag is looking forward to experiencing the hostile atmosphere at Anfield when his team visit Liverpool for the first time since taking charge of Manchester United.
Having won his first trophy as Manchester United manager, by winning the League Cup last week, beating Barcelona in the Europa League and booking a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals, Ten Hag is turning his focus to the Premier League.
And the British news agency “BA Media” stated that winning the Sunday match will keep Manchester United in a position to gain an advantage in the event that Arsenal or Manchester City falter, while the loss will enhance Liverpool’s hopes of being in the golden square.
“I’m looking forward to this match, the atmosphere,” Ten Hag said. It would be great, there would be hostility towards us, but we love it.”
He added, “I know that these players, my team, will be ready to go there and fight, and go there with confidence. We know it will be a difficult match, we know that we will suffer and that we have to sacrifice in order to get a good result.
And he added, “I think our team, and our mentality in general, is very good. I think we have many leaders who define the nature of the mindset, set the standards, control it, and correct if needed. I think we are happy with the process, but it can always be better. This should be the approach.
And the Manchester United manager believes there is no reason why they couldn’t win at Anfield. Fourth, the ball is there, and there is air in the ball »
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