Ten Hag to make changes at Carrington in bid to improve United’s team spirit

Sources claim Erik ten Hag plans to make changes at Manchester United’s training ground.

The Red Devils return to training on Monday ahead of the new season, with 15 first-team players expected to train with Ten Hag for the first time.

Ten Hag will know how bad things got at United last season, particularly in the dressing room, so it is a wise move for him to quickly address some of arrangements that may have contributed to the breakdown in relationships among players.

According to The Mirror, Ten Hag insists on all his players eating together after training. The report states Sir Alex Ferguson had a similar demand, with Ten Hag believing that socialising at meal times helps to build a team spirit.

The former Ajax manager has also ordered the ground staff to trim the grass to 15mm so that they can get used to his demands for slick passing when they return for duty.

Furthermore, Ten Hag is planning regular double sessions with the players.

He will need to do more than cut the grass to get these players passing to one another!

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  1. Does this help, Dale?

    “He will need to do more than cut the grass to get these players passing to one another!”

    The best thing we can ALL do is stop the negativity around these boys. They’ve been hearing it for quite some time and even then, they are still competing.

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