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Zhan Jun: Ten Hag is deeply influenced by Guardiola’s football philosophy, he may be more in line with Manchester United’s requirements – yqqlm

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Zhan Jun: Ten Hag is deeply influenced by Guardiola’s football philosophy, he may be more in line with Manchester United’s requirements – yqqlm

Original title: Zhan Jun: Ten Hag is deeply influenced by Guardiola’s football philosophy, he may be more in line with Manchester United’s requirements

Zhan Jun: Ten Hag is deeply influenced by Guardiola’s football philosophy, he may be more in line with Manchester United’s requirements

Live it on April 3. Well-known commentator Zhan Jun updated social media and talked about his views on Manchester United’s selection of coaches.

Zhan Jun wrote: “Manchester United have accumulated too many problems after the retirement of Sir Alex, which cannot be solved by one or two transfer windows and a change of manager.

“Without a more suitable candidate, the Red Devils manager next season is likely to be between Pochettino and Ten Hag. The Argentine’s advantage is that he is familiar with the Premier League and has led Southampton and Tottenham to have good results, but he The performance in Paris will make fans doubt whether he is qualified to take command in the “big club”. The Dutchman is deeply influenced by Pep Guardiola’s football philosophy, and his “beautiful football” in Ajax won honor and applause. Of course, the recent Players and coaches who have come out of the Dutch league for more than a decade need to prove themselves again.

Personally, I think Manchester United needs a big change and a big change.Maybe Ten Hag fits the bill better…”

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