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Wayne Rooney believes that Manchester United is making a mistake if the next manager is Eric Ten Haag

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Wayne Rooney calls on Manchester United to abandon Eric Ten Hague in favor of Mauricio Pachetino


Wayne Rooney sensationally claimed Manchester United it would be a mistake to appoint Eric ten Hague as Ralph Rankniksuccessor ‘s.

According to various reports, the ten Hag tops a a shortlist of four replace the current interim manager when Ranknik leaves his post to take on the role of consultant at the end of the campaign. Although Rooney believes there is a more qualified candidate than the current one Ajax boss and tipped Mauricio Pachetina as the right person to perform a much-needed reversal at Old Trafford.

Rooney told Sky Sports: “Pochetina did it in Premier League, he knows the Premier League. У Tottenham he led many young players through, in Southampton also he brought a lot of young players.

“So if I chose one of the two, I would choose just that, I would choose Pachetino and give him time. Managers now need time to come, put their team plan, on the club. If you give him time , I think he’s fine. “

In a show interview with a regular Sky Sports expert Jamie Carragher, Rooney has urged his former club to support someone appointed near the hot spot at Old Trafford. The former Red Devils captain lacks the support of managers in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, and this time is needed for a new person to establish his philosophy in the team.

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Wayne Rooney calls on Manchester United to abandon Eric Ten Hague in favor of Mauricio Pachetino

"I would go for Pachetin and give him time," Wayne Rooney told Sky Sports
“I would go for Pachetin and give him time,” Wayne Rooney told Sky Sports

Rooney continued: “There has not been a stable manager since the time of Sir Alex Ferguson. Therefore, whoever comes, they need to be given time. Time to build relationships with players.”

He added: “I understand, but they went through a transition period. It didn’t work. It’s obviously it didn’t work with Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer]. I don’t think it’s working with the new head now. Pattina, in my opinion, is a top manager. He knows how to work with both top-class players and young players. They have to set up this mix properly because they can’t afford to fail again. ”

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