Adidas - Manchester United 2022/23 Away Football Shirt
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All products are brand new unless else stated. The condition of our used products are rated according to a 6-9 scale,
9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
We call our used items "Pre-Loved" as they have been worn with care and love.
Managerial Situation: The 2022/23 season would have been under the management of Erik ten Hag, who was confirmed to be taking over from interim manager Ralf Rangnick at the end of the 2021/22 season. Ten Hag, known for his successful stint with Ajax, where he implemented an attractive style of play and developed young talent, was expected to bring a clear philosophy and long-term vision to the club.
Squad and Transfers: Manchester United was expected to undergo a squad transformation under Ten Hag, with a focus on building a team capable of challenging for the Premier League and returning to the top tier of European football. This could have involved a mix of promoting young academy prospects, retaining key players, and bringing in new signings that fit the playing style and tactical approach of the new manager.
Playing Style: Under Ten Hag, it was anticipated that Manchester United would adopt a proactive, possession-based approach, with an emphasis on pressing and offensive football. Fans would have expected a departure from the more conservative and reactive tactics seen in previous seasons.
Premier League: The club's primary goal in the Premier League would have been to improve on their previous performances and to compete for a top-four finish, ensuring Champions League qualification, with the ultimate aim of mounting a title challenge.
European Competition: Depending on their finish in the 2021/22 season, Manchester United could have been competing in either the UEFA Champions League or the UEFA Europa League. The expectation would be to have a strong showing and to advance as far as possible, ideally reaching the knockout stages or better.
Domestic Cups: Success in the domestic cups, the FA Cup and the EFL Cup, would also have been a target, with these competitions providing a realistic chance of silverware.
Fan Expectations: Manchester United fans would have been hopeful for a fresh start and a clear direction under Ten Hag. There would have been a sense of optimism but also patience required as the new manager implemented his style and philosophy.