Ten Hag sees Bruno Fernandes as his ideal role model

Ten Hag sees Bruno Fernandes as his ideal role model 2

Ten Hag sees Bruno Fernandes as his ideal role model

According to British newspaper Sportmail, body languageincluding how players appear and behave on the field – is a topic of concern before the Manchester derby at Etihad Stadium on March 3.

Coach Pep Guardiola was not satisfied with Erling Haaland’s reaction and wanted the Norwegian striker to keep a positive attitude when he did not score in the win over Everton in early February.

Coach Ten Hag talks with captain Bruno Fernandes during the win over Aston Villa in round 19 of the Premier League.

Before the key match of round 27 of the Premier League, Ten Hag admitted that Man Utd considers body language an important issue for each individual as well as the collective level.

`You have to take advantage of everything you can and use it to your advantage,` Ten Hag said.

The Dutch coach sees captain Bruno Fernandes as an ideal model for his teammates to follow.

In his first interview after completing his ownership of 27.7% of Man Utd shares, billionaire Jim Ratcliffe announced that he wants to break the dominance of Man City and Liverpool in the Premier League.

Ten Hag admitted that Man Utd is losing far behind their city rivals, but affirmed that the whole team cannot accept this reality and must fight and return as Ratcliffe’s goal.

On January 22, Man Utd announced the appointment of Berrada as General Director to replace Richard Arnold.

Despite Berrada’s presence, Ten Hag affirmed that Man Utd will not copy Man City.

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