Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has revealed why he admires West Ham United manager David Moyes ahead of tonight’s Premier League clash between the two teams.
Erik ten Hag says he admires David Moyes for having the courage to take over from Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager , while he still feels “very good”. that the Scottish coach is Described as a ‘great manager with a lot of skill’, the Red Devils will travel to east London tonight in hopes of securing Champions League places as the Hammers still need points to secure. hit survival
Ten Hag has beaten Moyes twice since moving to Old Trafford, winning 1-0 in the Premier League and 3-1 in the FA Cup, both times taking place in City. Manchester, however, the Dutchman has a lot of respect for the Scottish manager for his work. He has done so in the UFABET Premier League and although his management of Manchester United has not been successful, Ten Hag feels he is brave enough to take on the challenge.
When asked if it was easier to manage the Red Devils after several years after Ferguson left instead of taking his place immediately, Ten Hag said: “It’s hypothetical. So you’ll never know. But it’s pretty obvious when you’re taking over from Sir Alex. That’s a huge challenge and a very difficult job to do. “So yes, he did it, he had the courage to do it. So that’s why I think I admire him that much. He’s also been at a lot of clubs in the Premier League for a long time, so he’s a great manager with a lot of skills. We have to play at our best if we want the results we want. And that’s a victory.
Although West Ham are four points above the relegation zone, Moyes insists the atmosphere at the club is positive. Thanks to their qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Europa Conference League, a victory over Dutch side AZ Alkmaar will see the Hammers through to their first European final in 58 years, and Make up for missing the Europa League League last season where they lost in the semi-finals.
“Yes, we are in a good mood,” Moyes said. “I think European football brings everyone happiness and confidence. It keeps us alive. I think it often distracts us. Because we are in the European semi-finals again. And there’s still a league game to win.” The opponents of this game enjoyed a successful first season under former United manager Ten Hag and Moyes. also impressed the Dutch coach
“I think Erik ten Hag is doing really well,” he added. “I think it’s a club that can almost drive itself. They are used to winning. They have great traditions. And a club full of great honours ′′ I don’t think it’s a one man show. I think it has always been with the club. Eventually someone will bring them back to the top or near the top.”