Manchester United comfortably saw off Brentford with a 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Monday evening.
While protests were held prior to kick-off, many United fans turned their attention to the arrival of new boss Erik ten Hag.
The 52-year-old wants to win the Eredivisie title before leaving Ajax at the end of the season, when current interim manager Ralf Rangnick moves into a part-time consultancy role.
As a fan, I have warmed to Rangnick, who has always been honest with his assessments of the squad and the job at hand to make Manchester United successful again. I don’t think he has what it takes to be a top manager, but he is still someone I would trust with rebuilding our club because it desperately needs a better football structure.
Fans were noticeably vocal in their support for Ten Hag before the Brentford match and a new chant was heard in the pubs and stands.
“One Hag, Two Hag, Three Hag, Four Hag, Five Hag, Six Hag, Seven Hag, Eight Hag, Nine Hag, Ten Hag… Ten Hag, Ten Hag, Ten Hag, Ten Hag!”
My manager already has a chant and I like it 👌 🙂 Erik Ten Hag 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/EkdxaIzYMJ
— 🤍 Erįk Tėn Cålm ☆☆ (@ample_calm) May 2, 2022
We reckon the chant needs a bit of work before next season. Let us know what you think in the comments section.