Erik Ten Hag commented on the bad moment that the Red Devils are going through this Tuesday in the press conference before Manchester United’s visit to the Bayern camp at the beginning of the Champions League group stage.
“We are in a process. We played very well in some games, but far below our level. We have to make sure that we are consistent. You can’t relax for a second against Bayern. They have a lot of individual class, but they also have gaps. We are looking forward to it because we like challenges, “he said at a press conference.
The Dutch coach lamented the injuries that have plagued the English team.
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“I don’t think we’ve started a game with the strongest eleven yet. We’ve always had injuries,” he said.
Tem Hag also recalled his time at FC Bayern, where he coached the B-team between 2013 and 2015.
“They were great years. It was a pleasant experience that allowed us to learn,”” he said.
When asked if he regretted not making an offer to sign Kane, who has left for Bayern, Ten Hag was blunt: “No.”