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Kobbie Mainoo on what’s to come at Manchester United



Kobbie Mainoo on what's to come at Manchester United

A breath of fresh air swept through Manchester United’s camp following the confirmation that Erik ten Hag would continue as the Red Devils’ head coach beyond the 2023/24 campaign.

This news has been particularly well-received by academy graduate Kobbie Mainoo, who expressed his gratitude and optimism for the future under the Dutchman’s guidance.

Speculation had been rife about ten Hag’s potential dismissal after a tumultuous season.

However, the narrative changed dramatically when United stunned Premier League champions Manchester City to clinch the FA Cup trophy. This victory marked a remarkable turnaround, bolstered by luck and resilience, as the Red Devils overcame formidable opponents such as Liverpool and Manchester City to end their season on a high note.

Reflecting on the positive development, Mainoo spoke to reporters with evident enthusiasm. “I am so grateful for Erik ten Hag, I can’t thank him enough,” the young midfielder stated. “He’s already got two trophies, hopefully there are more to come. It is nice to have that peace of mind; we know what manager we are going back to in the new season.”

Mainoo’s comments underscore the stability and confidence ten Hag’s presence brings to the squad, particularly among the younger players.

With the head coach’s future secured, Manchester United fans and players alike are looking forward to building on the successes and challenges of the past season, hoping for even greater achievements in the coming year.