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Ten Hag talks about the work Manchester United has done ahead of the Fulham game

Manchester United team seems ready to keep the great results coming.

By Angus Barnes

Erik ten Hag
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The red devils manager is aware of the importance of every game, but he also seems really confident on the work that the team has done in the current season.

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Manchester United manager is aware that every single point that the team plays for in the next months could define his future with the team. INEOS office has set the goal that would allow Ten Hag to remain ahead of the team, reaching one of the top four spots in the Premier League table, and the manager seems confident on the work that the team has done so far now.

"It gives a good mood and it gives a good spirit. But every game starts on zero and we have to understand that's very important for tomorrow's game and to go in with that spirit, how we have to start new and bring the right performance and play [to] the right levels." Ten Hag said when he was asked about being unbeaten since the start of 2024 for the team.

Ten Hag then added, "Co-operate and get the crowd behind you. Then I think we are and we can be confident, and because we know we are getting structures in our way of play. And then from there on, from that point, we have to score and win the game." as the red devils lack of goals has definitely changed.

"We have to also give each other the balls in the right moments, to make the right decisions and then be clinical, because all the players there in the frontline, they are capable of scoring goals." Ten Hag ended on the style of the red devils. This Fulham game could boost the chances of the team as they currently are only 3 points behind the fifth place on the table.

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Erik ten Hag pressure

The main concern for Ten Hag is the fact that every single game seems to be a final for the red devils as he also has the pressure to keep the unbeaten run going. This would boost his chances to stay as the Manchester United manager.

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