Ten Hag advises to accept that injury preblem.

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Erik ten Hag, manager of Manchester United, admits that constantly changing center back pairs is not something he is happy with because it affects continuity. But what to do when the person using the face switch is injured? It must be fixed on site.

United have only one clean sheet in their last 10 league games. Along with the front line, they shot less. resulting in goals scored/losed at just +1, the worst among the first 9 teams in the score table 

However, Promotion ufabet the Dutch coach raised the matter of the central defenders who are alternating with injuries at this time, including Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, Willy Gombvala and Jonny Evans had to have defensive midfielder Carlos Casemiro go down to polish the team alongside Harry Maguire. 

Therefore, I ask for sympathy from the ‘Red Army’ people. Don’t find fault with the clean sheet just yet. As long as they can survive game by game until they reach their goal of qualifying for the Champions League or winning the FA Cup, it might be enough to make the 2023-24 season a bit more memorable. 

“It’s difficult when we rotate centre-backs like this. I know this well from direct experience.” Opening his mouth at the press conference before meeting Burnley (April 27).

“Partners are very important in playing football.” 

“Events are judged good or bad in a split second. Therefore, you should know which way to run.”

“It is very important that there is proper coordination. for stability” 

“Against Burnley, they are a team that plays high-energy football. They still have a chance to survive in the top flight this season. Just got a good result and was tough to beat – it’s all a credit to head coach Vincent Kompany and his staff.”

“We cannot strive to think that any opponent we can play will be the same.” 

“With the power that we have in hand It takes a bit of creativity to line up. We have to focus, be 100% focused on every opponent. It cannot be allowed to be lower than that even a little bit.”