Erik ten Hag shows off his dance moves in hilarious video E! News UK

Manchester United might have to win a trophy this season for one reason.

New manager Erik ten Hag’s dance moves need to be reviewed once again.

This hilarious video shows the boss dancing during Ajax’s celebrations after winning the Dutch Eredivisie.

The Amsterdam team ended up beating second-placed PSV Eindhoven by an incredible 16 points.

In the full seasons that Ten Hag was Ajax manager, they won the Eredivisie every time.

The 2020/21 season was scrapped due to Covid with Ajax leading the way, so it could easily have been four out of four consecutive titles for the 52-year-old.

Ten Hag will start his first game on his next managerial appointment the day after tomorrow, when United take on Liverpool in Bangkok, Thailand.

There was a great atmosphere and buzz around training camp and despite his reputation as a badass, Ten Hag showed a softer and more human side, as can be seen in this video.

He is a manager who expects and demands hard work but commands affection and respect, as evidenced by the fact that his former players, Frenkie de Jong, Lisandro Martinez and Antony are all said to be eager to work with him again.

After nine almost completely barren years since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, United fans are hoping the Dutchman will be the one to lead the club back to trophies and titles.

However, the jury is still out on his potential to win Strictly Come Dancing or even star in the Saturday Night Fever remake.

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