Erik ten Hag's First Interview As Man Utd's Next Manager: "I Won't Change My Vision!"



has given his first interview as Manchester United’s next manager following the announcement on Thursday. Ten Hag was asked about managing Cristiano Ronaldo, his vision, his transfer policy and much more in an extremely insightful interview into Ten Hag both as a man and a manager. In this video, Sam runs through the full interview for you and discusses each point in detail. Tell you what, the excitement is only building the more you hear from Ten Hag!

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  1. UnitedPeoplesTV

    Erik ten Hag has given his first interview as Manchester United's next manager following the announcement on Thursday. Sam runs through the full interview for you and discusses each point in detail. Tell you what, the excitement is only building the more you hear from Ten Hag!

  2. Jameel Stephenson

    T
    To manage a team like Manchester United the manager ofto be very serious like Ferguson no joke

  3. Bernard darkwah

    Ur page is very educative

  4. Yeah sounds great but actions speak louder than words so will see… he’s right the club should come 1st like Fergie said know-body is more important than that. As for transfers stop treating it like get theses huge signings all seem like they demand lots of money treating it like a retirement home.

  5. Marinus Uitterdyk

    ok funny part Johan Cruijff is important to Pep and also to Klopp

  6. Clean as a Whistle

    10 HAG is a huge gamble. He's only had success in a poor Dutch league. Look at Emery, even though he's gone abroad and done well, as soon as he plays an EPL team he's shown to be poor all over again.
    Arteta coached under Pep in the EPL and he's way off competing with Klopp and Pep.
    United have sunk the club too far under Ollie and Rangnick and given 10 Hag an impossible task.
    Like Newcastle, United should have rebuilt with a quality manager (like Conte) with a view to a 10 Hag type of manager in a couple of years.
    They acted too late in not getting Pep, or Klopp…. And now they've acted too early in getting 10 Hag. All they will do is Wreck 10 Hags reputation and leave United floundering for the next 10 years. Meanwhile, Liverpool will become the more successful club and it's all been done under Ferguson's nose.
    At least his nose is big enough.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  7. I can see the joy in your face mate i really hope you and the rest of us are right in thinking this is the man for us.

  8. tarantula united

    These players will put ten hag under the bus these players don't want to win things other than Ronaldo and de gea and Bruno lol

  9. Clean as a Whistle

    SAD SAD UNITED.
    RANGPICK CAN ONLY TALK A GOOD GAME. NOW YOU GIVE HIM 10 HAG WHO'S ONLY EXPERIENCE IS IN THE TIN POT DUTCH LEAGUE AND NOW 7 PLAYERS DON'T WANT TO PLAY. 😡😡😡

  10. Clean as a Whistle

    Why did the board go for Rangnick who can merely talk a good Game and allow the team to sink to new depths in the 4 months…. Then they keep Rangnick who has no respect from the players and put him with an inexperienced 10 Hag. Sadly for United this will not get much better. 😡😡😡

  11. Thats maguire out so. Hahaha good look getting into that team next year never mind any other club. Sham

  12. Give Him Time…….

  13. Rossi Courvosi

    Maguire ain't going nowhere ahahahaa enjoy lads

  14. Dutch Chess better than cheese.

    Ten Hag is a class act, i believe in it becoming a success.

  15. 10Hack has to axe a major flop in that team to put up his statement of ruthlessness to that spoilt team… (Maguire, Marshall, Rashford, AWB) is the set to lay an axe on

  16. Emmanuel Rodriguez

    I think with Erik ten Hag as the Man United manager, he could save van de Beek's career.

  17. Solksjaer as the manager in 2020-21 season finished 2nd. What happened? Cristiano Ronaldo comes in the following year and suddenly the team falter so badly? Could it have been Ronaldo's presence that was/is the cause of the decline? Perhaps?

  18. Cameron Jones

    I've heard all this positive talk many times. He will be floundering by midway through his second season. He can play the hard man all he likes but when he realises the whole squad are rotten then who will he pick? Unless he brings a first 11 from Ajax I think he's doomed and it's not his fault.

  19. Just subscribed mate, great background on ETH.

  20. Emmanuel Osinde

    Precision, right choice of words, articulate and confident. This man is the right one; his vision, hard work, ethics that's where united's future lies.

  21. LOOK AT THIS UNITY FROM PSG FANS, I THINK MAN UTD FANS ARE TOO SOFT & DIVIDED

    ‘’ Last month, PSG fans booed Lionel Messi and Neymar during the club's first Ligue 1 match after they were eliminated from the Champions League in last month's Round of 16 tie against Real Madrid. The two South American superstars were booed with every touch of the ball by PSG fans during a league meeting against Bordeaux. Those boos came just a day after PSG ultras called on president Nasser Al-Khelaifi to resign following the latest European humbling for their club.

    Fans have become frustrated with PSG's continued failings in Europe's premier club competition – they have not tasted success in the Champions League despite securing their major Qatar-backed takeover in 2011. That has carried on during Ligue 1 matches as PSG ultras purposefully stayed silent throughout the game against Marseille – a decision criticised by club captain Marquinhos.’’