Football NewsErik ten Hag salutes Manchester United youth
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The Manchester United head coach expressed hope for the future after the stars of the Red Devils’ academy shone during the training camp in Spain.


How was everything?

The United Nations hosted several warm-weather halftime training sessions for the World Cup and many members of the first team represented their countries in Qatar, giving the youngsters an opportunity to impress. The Manchester United manager expressed his delight at how many of them have integrated into the group.


What did Erik ten Hag say?

Speaking of the teenagers who went to their training camp, the Dutch coach told the Red Devils website that he thought they had a good week, had a good spirit. According to Erik ten Hag, the guys worked very well, very hard. Their main goal since the week has been better fitness, and Erik thinks they’ve made it, they’ve made progress there.

In addition, they have integrated some of the young guys, integrated them into the way of playing and the way of playing with intensity so that they can become active. Ten Hag says he’s been quite happy with some of them, so it’s a big win for the future.


A little about the topic

Man Utd have a long tradition with their academy and it looks like the club will continue with young player Alejandro Garnacho looking very exciting in his few appearances for the club. Notable alumni in recent years include English striker Marcus Rashford, who shone in the World Cup for England as their top scorer.

Manchester United have a Carabao Cup clash with the Clarets on the horizon as they look to the return of domestic football. The Red Devils’ first game in the Premier League will take place on 27 December against Forest.