"Good ideas" - Manchester United 71 years-old chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe's thoughts about sacking Erik ten Hag is revealed - soocer442
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“Good ideas” – Manchester United 71 years-old chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s thoughts about sacking Erik ten Hag is revealed



And Sir Jim Ratcliffe seems to be getting close to making a choice about Erik ten Hag’s future with Manchester United.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe hasn’t made up his mind about Erik ten Hag’s future at Manchester United yet, but new reports say the boss may be given another season to help INEOS through its transition. United’s recent success has gotten a lot better; they have only lost one of their last five Premier League games.

Ten Hag’s team moved ahead of West Ham into sixth place in England’s top flight with a 3-0 win over them last weekend. United and Aston Villa are still eight points apart, so they are still a long way from a top-four spot. However, the gap is getting smaller.

United’s better play on the field will definitely help Ten Hag’s case, and according to Give Me Sport, the Dutchman’s desire to work with young players has also helped his case.

"Good ideas" - Manchester United 71 years-old chief Sir Jim Ratcliffe's thoughts about sacking Erik ten Hag is revealed

The board of United also agrees that Ten Hag has had a tough season. During the months leading up to the takeover, Ten Hag has had to deal with a number of major disciplinary problems, such as fights with Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford and high-profile legal cases involving Mason Greenwood and Antony.

Ten Hag probably won’t be fired after two seasons because INEOS doesn’t want to make things even less stable at the club. He will probably stay on until the end of the season. That won’t happen, though, if United doesn’t make a strong push for a top-four spot.

The Guardian also says that Ten Hag will stay in his job for a while, as long as United doesn’t lose a lot of steam. This is because Ratcliffe and his right-hand man Sir Dave Brailsford are busy figuring out what needs to be done to bring the club back to its former glory.

Last month, Ratcliffe, Co., and Ten Hag met to talk about the future of Manchester United. Ten Hag, the manager of the Red Devils, said that the talks were “very positive.” “It was very positive, I have to say,” he stated. “We had a long meeting. We sat together for hours and agreed on a lot of things, so it was very good.”

“I believe the meeting was helpful for both sides, and we look forward to working with them… It needs to calm down. They are just now walking in and saying hello.

“Their ideas are good.” We need to figure out what we can group together. That’s something we’ll work on together, but you won’t be able to tell after one day. They gave me some ideas, and we’ve talked about tactics. I think we’ll be able to work together.

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