Jadon Sancho says Erik ten Hag has inspired Man United with a clear plan

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By Martin Graham | 3rd Sep 2022

Manchester United forward Jadon Sancho has lauded Ten Hag for the change in atmosphere at the club.

The Red Devils have been on a roll, winning their last three games. The recent results by the English giants have surprised many, following their depressing run in the first two weeks of the season.

The common denominator for the side is the absence of Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw, who both look comfortable on the bench. It has allowed Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez to form a good partnership. Since their 2-1 win over Liverpool, United have not conceded any goal.

One player that has found form since the arrival of Erik Ten Hag is Jadon Sancho. The English forward has been in good goal form in recent games and has helped United move up the table. The former Dortmund striker has credited his form to Ten Hag.


Sancho lauds Ten Hag for the mood at United.

Jadon Sancho spoke on the recent success enjoyed by the club. He scored in the past two games for United. In a subtle jab at the past two managers at the club, Sancho praised Ten Hag for his approach at the club.

Sancho believes that Ten Hag has lifted the confusion at Old Trafford. He believes there was plenty of confusion in the team, and Ten Hag has cleared it by bringing much-needed clarity to the club.

The Englishman scored in the 1-0 win Manchester United recorded against Leicester City. The win took them to fifth on the log.


Sancho came from highly rated Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United but seemed to lose his mojo under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick. Ten Hag may have ignited a fire in the England international, who praised his immediate impact since joining Man United from Ajax.

Ten Hag has come up with a clear plan

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United were like a rudderless ship. It was hard to decipher a clear style of play, and it was no surprise that the club kept digging lower to deeper depths of ignominy.

It was a horrible period for Jadon Sancho as the Englishman struggled to replicate his Dortmund form at Old Trafford. The United forward is now enjoying a new lease of life and has plenty of good words for Ten Hag.

According to Sancho, there is more information and a clear plan. The players know what to do, especially in some areas on the field.

Sancho said the team is working on a style of play in training. He claims that some of what the fans see on the pitch is their intelligence. He said the players are creating and getting to know each other better.

Sancho also claims that the team is training more and beginning to play well together. He said the team is now playing in the style the manager wants, and everyone is enjoying the moment at the club.

It is the first time since 2021 that Manchester United will win three consecutive Premier League games.

Martin Graham is an MFF sports writer

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