Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag reviews Wolves win
Manchester United icon Rio Ferdinand has sent a new demand to Red Devils starlet Alejandro Garnacho as the Argentine continued his comeback from injury by scoring in the 2-0 win over Wolves on Sunday. The teenager has been a sparkplug off the bench under Erik ten Hag this season, and Ferdinand has been impressed with his progress.
Garnacho scored the second goal of the game in the dying embers to seal a potentially vital three points in the race for top four, his third of the season having made just four Premier League starts – with a further 12 appearances off the bench. Ferdinand was in awe of the 18-year-old that has “no respect” for his opponents but insisted that he needed to add further variety to his game.
“He’s a player that has come in, and shows no respect, at all for people. He don’t look at no reputations,” Ferdinand said on his Rio Ferdinand Presents FIVE YouTube channel.
“I don’t even think he looks at the [opposition] team sheet, I wouldn’t be surprised if he goes into the game and when he’s out there says ‘whose your right back today’, he just don’t respect them. ‘I am this good I am doing my thing and you are going to have to stop me, work me out, come on’.
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“Next season will be the telling point because they all know you, they all expect it from you, have you got a new trick? That’s what I want to see from [Bukayo] Saka next year. But what I’m saying is he doesn’t go on his outside much any more. That’s why [Riyad] Mahrez is a problem. If you look at his data he goes a balance between going right or left. You never know where he’s going to go.”
Garnacho’s displays at Old Trafford this season has seen him tipped for an even greater impact next season, while Ten Hag has also set a demand of the winger – to break into the starting XI. “Garna, everyone can see it,” Ten Hag said after the win over Wolves.
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“He came in and did almost everything good, and scored a great goal that will give him belief. It’s good for us for the rest of the season, that he’s back, and can have an impact.
“One of the aspects of the biggest talent is that they are mature. First, they take responsibility then second, they are mature to bring in the skills and have belief that they can dominate opponents.
“Once again, he did it. He has had a big impact in many games: whether starting or coming on, he’s straight into the game and that’s so important for the squad. I’m happy we can bring in young players and, hopefully, he will progress so quickly that he can compete for a starting XI position, because that is his next challenge.”
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