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Marcus Rashford explains working under Ten Hag at United

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By Martin Graham | 30th Oct 2022

Marcus Rashford says United are enjoying all the hard work under Dutch manager Ten Hag.

Manchester United are unbeaten in their last seven matches and could climb into the top four for the first time this season.

Manchester United will host West ham United on Sunday as the Red Devils seek to continue their recent surge of good form. Last week, United got a share of the spoils as they were guests of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. A late rally resulted in former Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro getting United the equalizing goal to tie the game 1-1.

It has not been a rosy affair for Ten Hag at Old Trafford, as a poor start to the season signalled that the same old problems at the club persist. The Dutch manager has been able to steady the ship a bit, despite his issues with Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo. United has moved from the lower rungs on the table to sixth and could move into the top four for the first time this season with a win over West Ham.

Life is a bit of a battle at Old Trafford, but it is safe to say that things have improved dramatically. While players like Harry Maguire have found a comfortable position on the bench, Marcus Rashford seems to be enjoying a new breath of life. The forward has said it has been hard under Ten Hag.

Marcus Rashford hails the impact of Ten Hag on the team
Manchester United was a club in turmoil before the arrival of Ten Hag. United hierarchy made horrible decisions that resulted in one of the worst managers at the club staying as long as he did. Ole Gunnar Solksjaer took the club through a labyrinth of mediocrity, leaving the new manager to unravel it.

Ten Hag is doing a decent job cleaning up the mess created by Solksjaer and his supporters, including Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and a host of the class of 92 players.

Marcus Rashford, who is slowly finding some form, has made positive remarks about the reign of the Dutch manager. He believes Manchester United will continue to improve under his tutelage. In the 3-0 win over Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday night in the Europa League, Rashford scored his sixth goal this term.

Speaking with the PA news agency, Rashford said he was enjoying working wt Ten Hag. He described the work behind the scenes as hard, but he thinks the players are enjoying it, and the team is beginning to play better football. The forward believes the team would do better to concede less and be more clinical in front of goal.

Things are getting better at Old Trafford
Marcus Rashford insists that it is hard work in the training sessions with Ten Hag, but he is enjoying it. Rashford is the lead striker in a 4-3-3 system. The preference to use the Englishman ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo has created a furore in the team, with the former Real Madrid star seeking to leave the club in January.

Following their disastrous start to the season, things are improving at Old Trafford. The loss to Brighton and Brentford in their first two games of the season is all but forgotten now. United have gone unbeaten in their last seven matches and won ten of their 14 games in all competitions since the opening setbacks.

United made a host of signings that have helped improve the squad. Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro and Antony have all become regulars in the team.

Rashford said he feels like the new players have integrated well, and the team is learning more about each other. He claims the team spirit is high, and they want to keep that going.

Martin Graham is an MFF sports writer

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