‘WE WILL BE ANGRY’ – ETH issues rallying cry ahead of Liverpool clash

Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, has urged his players to exhibit a sense of fury in their performance following their recent setback at Stamford Bridge, which has further jeopardized their chances of success in the Champions League.

United were leading 3-2 at the end of regular time, but Cole Palmer’s two late goals ensured that Chelsea won the match. Ten Hag has stated that his players will exhibit strong emotions of frustration and anger during their highly competitive match against Liverpool on Sunday.

United’s boss has urged his players to use their sadness as motivation for their crucial match against Liverpool. The team is still aiming to secure a spot in Europe for the next season and prevent their bitter rivals from winning the league title.

United currently occupy the sixth position in the rankings, trailing Tottenham Hotspur by nine points who are in fifth place. If Liverpool manages to defeat their opponents at Old Trafford, they will regain the top position, since Arsenal surpassed them on Saturday evening by securing a 3-0 victory over Brighton.

“We must enhance our efforts and make more informed choices,” Ten Hag stated.

“We are capable of performing at an exceptional level.” We possess the ability to rival and triumph against the top teams in the Premier League. Once you have the ability to do it, you will also be capable of doing it throughout Europe.

“We must acquire the skills necessary to successfully complete large-scale projects.”

“We must expedite our recovery.” We must reverse this situation. We shall maintain an optimistic demeanor and eagerly anticipate the event.

“Although we need to consume energy, it may lead to feelings of madness and anger.” Anger may provide a substantial amount of energy, and that is the approach we must use.

United’s chances of securing a spot in the UEFA Champions League are minimal with only eight games remaining. They currently behind Aston Villa by a significant margin of 12 points for the fourth position, and are tied in points with West Ham, who are currently in seventh place.

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