Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag paid tribute to one player. After his side’s 1-0 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League last night.
Erik ten Hag picked Victor Lindelof as his tribute after Manchester United‘s 1-0 win over Aston Villa at Old Trafford. Last night. Bruno Fernandes ‘ goal as the goal deciding the game. The victory puts Ten Hag’s side in a strong position for a top-four finish and a place in the UEFA Champions League.
The clash against Villa was originally expected to be a good test given their excellent form under Unai Emery. However, it turned out that the Red Devils were almost one-sided in control of the UFABET game. But they were indebted to the Swedish defender Lindelöf who managed to tackle the ball on several occasions. While his pairing with Luke Shaw seems to improve with each game.
The former Benfica star received many compliments from his manager after the game. He told the BBC : “[Victor Lindelof] played brilliantly. He had complete control of the area around [Olly] Watkins. “ Bruno [Fernandes] had another great game. The plan was for him to play on the right to run behind and he did very well. I think our plan works very well.”
Ten Hag also hinted at his feelings for the club’s owners, the Glazer family, amid protests from fans. According to the British media, Sir Jim Ratcliffe. A British billionaire and chairman of the Ineos Group (INEOS) has moved to become a candidate to take over the club instead of the Qatari capital. After having offered a superior offer to Sheikh Yasim bin Hamad Al-Tani, a Qatari billionaire. As a result, he is now leading the takeover of the club at Old Trafford.
The report states that On Friday, April 28, 2023, which is the final deadline. Sheikh Yasim wants a 100% stake in the club and has offered around £5billion. But the tycoon only wants a 69% stake in the Glazer family. With an amount of not less than 5 billion pounds as well or may reduce the number of shares but not less than 51 percent to allow Joel and Avram Glazer, the magnate of Uncle Sam’s city Has a name with the club with a minority stake in the club. The British billionaire’s move has been interpreted by many as giving him an edge over his arch-rivals.
Unsurprisingly, the incident angered fans, who staged pre-game protests last night, with thousands of fans marching against the Glazers ahead of the match. and clearly demonstrated Only selling entire clubs is acceptable in their eyes. Hundreds of supporters still refused to take their seats for the first 18 minutes of the match and Ten Hag appeared to show little signs. Of supporting the protests of the fans by picking up a retro green-yellow scarf. (or green-gold) thrown by fans for him to lift as he leaves the field after full time.
Ten’s photo generated quite a stir on social media as it showed him standing next to his supporters and why Manchester United fans have switched from wearing red scarves. Come to wear a green-green scarf? It is said to be a reference to the day they were known as Newton Heath Football Club after its formation in 1878.