Manchester United supervisor Erik ten Hag has admitted that his group are ‘not that good’ and has once more warned his gamers that they should play with depth in each match.
Ten Hag seemed to have turned a nook with United following a disastrous begin to his Previous Trafford tenure, profitable 4 Premier League sport in a row – together with towards early leaders Arsenal.
However United discovered themselves 4-0 down at half-time towards Manchester Metropolis final weekend and on Thursday night time needed to combat again from a dropping place to beat Omonia within the Europa League.
With United set to face Everton this weekend in a sport that might push them again into the 4 or see them fall out of the highest half relying on the outcome and others, Ten Hag has taken the chance to reiterate his excessive requirements.
“Solely good, for me, is nice sufficient,” the Dutchman mentioned.
“At this second, by far, we aren’t that good. You could have seen [against Manchester City] and we’ve got to do a lot better. I believe the principle downside, that we did earlier than in video games a lot better, is depth.
“Now we have to carry the depth in each sport on the pitch. That was the massive distinction between Metropolis and us. So that may be a demand to our squad [and] all of our gamers.
“They should take duty for that.”
Pay attention now to 90min’s Manchester United podcast, The Promised Land, with Scott Saunders & Rob Blanchette. Within the newest episode they talk about the Europa League win over Omonia and look forward to the Everton sport within the Premier League.