EPL: I just like him – Peter Schmeichel picks best manager to replace Ten Hag at Man United

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Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has picked Thomas Tuchel as the best manager to become the next Red Devils boss.

Schmeichel, who is impressed by Tuvhel’s football knowledge, says the German has what it takes to get the best out of the players.

Speaking on BeIN Sports, Schmeichel said he former Chelsea boss did not fail at Stamford Bridge and should be given a chance at Manchester United.

He believes the current Bayern Munich manager projects authority and said: “I like Thomas Tuchel. I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing him a couple of times and his football knowledge is fantastic.

“He’s been a little bit unlucky with being at two big football clubs at the wrong time of their history, at times where things weren’t working on every level.

“It’s not that he didn’t do well Chelsea, for instance. I mean, he won the Champions League, didn’t he?!

“I just like him, there’s something about him. He projects authority. Never compare people but he’s got the same kind of thing that [Jurgen] Klopp has.

“You know he’s the boss and you know what he’s doing. If Manchester United were in the market for a manager then he should be somebody mentioned in that respect.

“He should be. He has that kind of pedigree, he’s got the authority, he’s proven he can win which I think is really important. He doesn’t come with a set system, ‘This is how our football is being played’… yeah, of course, he’s a big-club manager, isn’t he.”

Tuchel, who is the current boss at Bayern Munich, will be leaving the German side at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag’s future at Manchester United is hanging in the balance, with many reports linking him with an exit....Continue Full Reading.>’.

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