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Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has urged the Red Devils not to dismiss current head coach Erik ten Hag. Van Gaal advocates for giving Ten Hag more time at Old Trafford despite uncertainties surrounding his future, despite winning the FA Cup last season.

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“There have been speculations that Man United could part ways with Ten Hag this summer,” Van Gaal acknowledged. “Yes, of course (he should stay), but I also needed more time. I also won the FA Cup, and before me, 20 years nobody had won the FA Cup. Erik is winning the FA Cup in his first year, also qualifying for the Champions League, so I don’t think you have to sack him. He needs more time,” Van Gaal, who managed Man United from July 2014 to May 2016, expressed to Sky Sports.

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“But I can also be more critical. He’s not done it fantastically; you can be with a lot of criticism, but he’s also shown he’s a good manager,” Van Gaal added.

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