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Erik ten Hag before kick-off against Liverpool

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Erik ten Hag before kick-off against Liverpool

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Erik ten Hag has had to make changes in midfield after Casemiro has had to throw in the towel with a muscle injury.

Before kick-off against Liverpool, the Dutchman was asked what the Brazilian means to his crew.

– It affects us that we lose such an experienced and important player. He is a key to our organization and he brings calm to the team. He is able to find space with the ball, especially with the three forwards in the pitch. Of course we will miss him, says Ten Hag to ITV.

Also in Sunday’s match programme, the Dutchman has shared some thoughts about the classic that awaits at Old Trafford.

– As a child, it is these games that make you fall in love with football. How is it possible not to be fired up and turned on when you get the opportunity to take part in an occasion like this?

– We want to build on what we have been doing since the new year. This is about survival in the tournament, so it’s a big fight. We have to make sure that we get the right opportunities, he adds to MUTV.

Unlike Liverpool, Manchester United have had midweek off, and it is only three days since the gang from Merseyside were last in action.

It will be interesting to see what effect it has on Drømmenes Teater. The grass carpet should be silky smooth anyway, as the watering of the Old Trafford carpet led to a bucket of water for both MUTV and Viaplay’s TV teams.

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Follow the match against Liverpool here.


– We have to save the season, and the FA Cup is our only chance to win silverware

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