Patience and potential are key to Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United vision | Manchester United

When Erik ten Hag was appointed Bayern Munich II head coach he quickly fell out with the team’s striker. Kevin Friesenbichler grew frustrated at being left out of the team until he was able to meet Ten Hag’s exacting standards.

The Dutchman, who will take charge of his first Manchester United game against Brighton on Sunday, had to make it very clear what he needed from his players in order for them to fit into his team and not disrupt the dressing room.

“We had some small differences of opinion – as player and coach – but after a couple of months it was good,” Friesenbichler…


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