Eric Ten hag the manager of the Manchester United team said at a press conference before visiting Liverpool (March 5). That Luke Shaw would have recovered. But waiting to check fit. Competitors have not ended the golden age as they have been criticized.
Key left-back Shaw missed the 3-1 FA Cup fifth-round thrashing of West Ham with a minor injury. While winger Jadon Sancho fell ill and was not named on Wednesday. Match at Anfield showing positive signs for first UFABET
“I think we’re going to get players back like Luke Shaw, who missed the last game. We expect him to recover.” opening his mouth on MU TV.
“Jaydon Sancho is ill, we have to monitor how he develops.”
“We like to play on the pitch. We have energy to play every 3-4 days and want us to continue like that. But personally, I look at it in a match-by-match manner.”
As for the comments about the ‘Reds’ of Jurgen Klopp’s team manager, the end of the golden age, the 53-carat manager thinks it’s not up to that level.
Ten Hag recalled.
“Liverpool are a well-managed team, good way of playing, good philosophy and good strategy.”
“So I think they are not at the end of a golden age. But we don’t want to refer to anyone’s team.”
“We want to talk only about ourselves. I think we are moving in a good direction with our own philosophy, strategy and corporate culture. must continue to progress That’s all there is to it.”
“It’s about the future, it’s the present. It’s about to face an amazing opponent looking forward to Moguek. So you have to do your homework properly to be ready for the game.”
Incidentally, it is expected that Carlos Casemiro and Marcus Rashford , who are the reserves of the last game, are ready to claim the first 11 .