Neil Lennon is the Manager of Omonia Nicosia and he has revealed what he believes Erik ten Hag has changed at the Old Trafford since joining from Ajax Amsterdam.
His side face Man United today in the second leg of their Europa league cup tie with the first one ending 3-2 in favour of the premier league outfits.
In his pre match press conference today, the Cyprus outfits manager was asked whether he's seen any changes to how united play under the Dutchman, he said that despite the premier league club starting off the season in bad form, they responded well to adversity under the new management.
Lennon believes Man United should have won by a huge margin against Everton on Sunday because they were excellent, but they have changed the way they play despite having been inconsistent in recent seasons, they show more composure.
The former Celtic manager also praised the club for getting Casemiro because he believes the midfielder is strong and he could turn out to be a good signing as the season progresses and he does see a huge improvement in performance and mentality.
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