“Erik ten Hag and his coaching staff have made a difference, from what was left,” Mike Phelan stated in an interview with Sky Sports. Many things are changing, and they do so swiftly. You can clearly tell that the standards are different.
“In just one year, there has been incredible success—or at least comparatively great success—and I’m sure he wants to continue. At the beginning of the season, there have been some ups and downs, but it occurs. They can advance and take bigger steps, in my opinion.
“They spent a lot of money, but it will take time for him to leave his mark, as it will for everyone. People frequently overlook the necessity of winning football games. When Manchester United loses two or three games in a row, there is likely a crisis.
I can relate to him because I have been there. Every day, stories regarding Manchester United may be found in a variety of media. There is a lot of work to be done, but he is making an effort and attempting to get back on his feet. But they require outcomes.
Before going back to Old Trafford in a coaching capacity under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick, Phelan served as Sir Alex Ferguson’s assistant at Manchester United.
Ten Hag, a Dutchman, is not projected to win the Premier League this year, but the manager is predicted to win another trophy.