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Manchester United are one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world. Some of their honours include 20 League titles, 12 FA Cups, 6 League Cups, and an impressive 21 FA Community Shields. Man Utd have also won the European Cup and UEFA Champions League three times each, and the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the Intercontinental Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup once.
The role of manager at Manchester United is one of the most demanding in football. Nothing other than success in the Premier League and major European competitions is acceptable which has lead to several departures since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.
Erik ten Hag is a Dutch football manager who was appointed as manager of Manchester United in April 2022 following the sacking of Ralf Rangnick.
Ten Hag was born on February 2, 1970, in Haaksbergen, Netherlands and began his coaching career in the Netherlands, working with various youth teams before becoming the assistant coach at FC Twente in 2012. He was later promoted to head coach and led the team to a KNVB Cup victory in the 2016-17 season.
In December 2017, Ten Hag was appointed as the head coach of Ajax Amsterdam, one of the most successful and storied clubs in Dutch football history. In his first season, he led the team to the KNVB Cup and reached the semi-finals of the Europa League. In his second season, he guided Ajax to the semi-finals of the Champions League, where they were narrowly defeated by Tottenham Hotspur.
On 21st April, 2023, Ten Hag was announced as the new manager of Manchester United. He was appointed following the departure of Ralf Rangnick who took on an interim manager role six-month prior.
This is Erik ten Hag’s first full season in charge of Manchester United. However, results are demanded by the club and his fate may be dependant on where Man Utd finish in the league this season. Should United claim a place in next seasons UEFA Champions League then ten Hag could very well retain his role for at least the beginning of next season. However, a top four finish is certainly not guaranteed and there are several contenders for the job should he join the Sack Race.
Online betting sites have odds available for the next permanent manager of Manchester United with the most likely contenders shown below.
|Next Manchester United Manager Odds|
|Ole Gunnar Solskjaer||20/1|
The bookies favourite to take over from Erik ten Hag as manager of Manchester United is ex-Tottenham boss, Mauricio Pochettino.
Pochettino has Premier League experience after spending five years with Spurs and has worked with some of the best players in the world during his stint at Paris Saint Germain including Lionel Messi and Neymar.
The Argentine manager is currently out of work after being dismissed by PSG in July 2022. He’s been rumoured with several high-profile clubs who may be in search of a new manager.
Mauricio Pochettino is currently priced at 5/4 to be the next manager of Manchester United.
Sir Alex Ferguson was manager of Manchester United for almost 27 years but since his departure in 2013 the club has had six managers take charge.
A full list of Manchester United managers can be found below.
|Erik ten Hag||01 Jul, 2022||Present|
|Ralf Rangnick||03 Dec, 2021||31 May, 2022|
|Michael Carrick||21 Nov, 2021||03 Dec, 2021|
|Ole Gunnar Solskjaer||19 Dec, 2018||21 Nov, 2021|
|Jose Mourinho||27 May, 2016||18 Dec, 2018|
|Louis van Gaal||19 May, 2014||23 May, 2016|
|Ryan Giggs||22 Apr, 2014||19 May, 2014|
|David Moyes||19 May, 2013||22 Apr, 2014|
|Alex Ferguson||06 Nov, 1986||19 May, 2013|
|Ron Atkinson||01 Jun, 1981||06 Nov, 1986|
|Dave Sexton||14 Jul, 1977||01 Apr, 1981|
|Tommy Docherty||22 Dec, 1972||03 Jul, 1977|
|Frank O’Farrell||08 Jun, 1971||19 Dec, 1972|
|Matt Busby||28 Dec, 1970||02 Jun, 1971|
|Wilf McGuinness||10 Aug, 1970||28 Dec, 1970|
|Matt Busby||01 Feb, 1945||08 Jun, 1969|
|Walter Crickmer||01 Aug, 1944||01 Feb, 1945|
|Jimmy Porter||01 Aug, 1938||31 May, 1944|
|Scott Duncan||01 Jun, 1932||01 Sep, 1937|
|Walter Crickmer||01 Apr, 1931||01 Jun, 1932|
|Herbert Bamlett||01 Apr, 1927||01 Apr, 1931|
|Clarence Hildrith||01 Oct, 1926||01 Apr, 1927|
|John Chapman||01 Oct, 1921||01 Oct, 1926|
|John Robson||01 Dec, 1914||01 Oct, 1921|
|Ernest Magnall||01 Sep, 1900||01 Sep, 1912|