Premier League Ten Hag Says Players Injury Caused Him 75% Win In His First 100 Games

Erik ten Hag thinks he could have won as many as 75 percent of his first 100 games at Manchester United had it not been for a crippling injury list that no club could manage,

A heartbreaking 3-1 loss to rival Manchester City last week marked the Dutchman’s 100th match in charge of the team, who has struggled in his second season at Old Trafford.

With United facing relegation-threatened Everton on Saturday, Ten Hag will have to field a patched-up team against the Premier League champions, and United will be missing a number of first-team players once again.

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Following their withdrawals from the Manchester Derby, Marcus Rashford and Jonny Evans were deemed healthy, but Omari Forson has now been added to the list of injuries.

With 11 games remaining in the season, Ten Hag’s team is now in sixth place, 11 points behind Aston Villa in fourth place. In his first season, Ten Hag led the team to third place in the Premier League and won the League Cup.

Liverpool’s victory in the FA Cup quarterfinal the following weekend would eliminate United’s final chance to win a trophy.

The Ten Hag thinks he would have won considerably more than 61 of his first 100 games had it not been for his injuries, which have played a significant part in his success.

It tells that we are in the right direction,” Ten Hag said on Friday of his win ratio.

“So, imagine if we had many more players available, not so many setbacks in injuries, it could have been easily 70 or 75 wins and that tells the bright future of this team when players are available.

“Because if you compare it, you compare it with other managers or other teams who were in a build-up stage, or with previous managers in this big club, then you can see there is a bright future.

“Also, I think it’s a good balance in ages in this squad, with young players, middle-aged players, experienced players together.

“Imagine when they are available. As I said, we could have

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