Manchester United of the English Premier League (EPL) has not been able to cheer up.
Last season United won the League Cup and finished third in the EPL. Coach Erik ten Haach’s leadership was highly praised. Local media and Manchester United fans cheered, saying that Alex Ferguson’s true successor appeared. I looked forward to the next season. Expectations were high that it would be a true revival of Manchester United.
But this season Manchester United are falling again. Manchester United is down to 10th place in the league with three wins and four losses this season. In just one season, Tenhach’s evaluation has also changed. Many are turning their backs on coach Tenhach. The leadership of coach Ten Ha-ch is being questioned. There were also reports that players who were dissatisfied with Tenhach’s leadership appeared.
In this situation, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the “Lion King,” gave a word to coach Tenhach.
Ten Haach was Ajax’s manager at the Netherlands before taking the helm of Manchester United. He was able to come to Manchester United in recognition of his leadership by leading the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League (UCL.
Ibrahimovic has also experienced both Ajax and Manchester United. He played for Ajax from 2001 to 2004, becoming a world-class player, and played for Manchester United from 2016 to 2018.
The key to Ibrahimovic is this. That Ajax and United are different. The size is different. In other words, Tenhach’s bowl is small to handle Manchester United.
Ibrahimovic said on England’s The Sun, “The difference between Ajax and Manchester United is huge. I experienced both clubs. The two clubs have different identities, different disciplines and different approaches.”
“Ajax is a talented club. The club has top talented players. This means Ajax doesn’t have big stars. What is Tenhach’s experience like. He is a coach who led the team with young talent. He came to Manchester United, and he has to have a different mindset. United should have big stars. It’s a club that shouldn’t be with Ajax,” he stressed.
In addition, Ibrahimovic said, “The color varies depending on how much time you give the coach and what the owner wants. But there is something certain about Manchester United. He wants to win. There is not much time given because of that. “It’s a team that’s used to winning, and it’s a team that still wants to win,” he added.