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Harry Maguire Reveals How Eric Ten Haig Will Make Manchester United Better soccer

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Harry Maguire feels things couldn’t get worse at Manchester United (Picture: Getty Images)

Harry Maguire believes Eric Ten Haag is going to bring ‘positive energy’ Manchester United would have to improve results after only one season to forget under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnik.

Ten Haag has a huge task on his hands as he looks to rebuild United from a low point that saw him finish sixth, pick up no silverware and play some seriously dour football along the way.

The new manager will oversee a lot of personnel changes over the summer and Maguire says all players joining will be desperate to impress when the pre-season begins and hopes a new, more positive vibe will surround the club .

“It’s been a tough campaign, there’s no hiding it,” Maguire said ahead of England’s Nations League game in Hungary on Saturday. ‘It was a disappointing season individually and as a group.

‘football is my life. I care a lot about the club. I care about winning matches and taking the club where it needs to be, where the fans deserve it. I am sure on the first day of pre-season, everyone will be buzzing, trying their best to impress and get back in shape. We have a big season ahead.

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Eric ten Haag has a huge task on his hands at Manchester United (Picture: Getty Images)

‘We know we are going to improve because last season was not good enough. The new manager will bring in positive energy and the boys will go with him.’

Maguire is on duty in England, where he has also had a tough campaign, with the low point of being booed by Three Lions fans during their March clash with Ivory Coast.

The centre-back admitted he was appalled by the abuse, but has matured enough not to let that deter him.

He said, ‘If this had happened earlier in my career, I would have struggled that night.’

‘There were some players making debuts in that game and for them to hear what I’ve done for my country in the last five years, it probably affected them too.

‘So it was disappointing. We talked about it as a group. It has happened in the past, I don’t want it to happen in the future.

“As captain of Manchester United, I have gone through ups and downs. I know the investigation, I know the pressures and that’s something I’ve learned to deal with.

‘I was surprised. Instead of taking it, I was a little shocked.’

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