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Manchester United culture needs changes according to Wilcox

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The new Manchester United Technical Director, Jason Wilcox, believes Manchester United culture needs changes to move the club forward. Manchester United need a overhaul after a disappointing season at sixth place. Despite crashing out in group stage in Champions League, next season’s qualification is also looking unlikely. They also struggled in FA cup Semi-Finals against Conventry, winning the match on penalties and almost losing to Sheffield United.

All we can say is the club needs some big changes both on and off the field. After investment from Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS Group was finalized, the club believes that changes needs to start immediately. One of the changes is required in United’s culture after the recent tragedies in the club. We can see problems among staff members with young players not respecting the club’s values. Club legends and senior players either hold a lot of power or are disrespected by the club. Changes in this culture and environment are needed for the club to move forward.

Is Ten Hag’s job in Danger due to Manchester United culture?

Even though many changes are needed in the club Wilcox does not specified any problems regarding the style of play. There are many doubts regarding identity and philosophy in Manchester United’s style of play. However due to his recent appointment Wilcox does not have any problems regarding this. Ten Hag is still unable to bring out any noticeable changes in the performance of the club and can find his job in trouble.

Wilcox told Ten Hag if improvements are not there his job can be in danger. It is expected from Manchester United to improve their game and give result. Also the culture changes to be implemented. However if Ten Hag gets sacked, Graham Potter will be the favorite for the job. There are more option available like Thomas Tuchel, Jose Mourinho, and Zinedine Zidane.

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