Erik ten Hag has been named the Premier League Manager of the Month for February after guiding the Red Devils through last month unbeaten.
The Ex-Ajax manager led the Manchester based outfit to ten points from four fixtures, defeating Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace, Leeds United and Brendan Rodgers resurgent Leicester City as well as overseeing a come-from-behind draw with Leeds, bringing on England international, Jadon Sancho to impact the game which he did by netting the leveller in a thrilling match at Old Trafford.
Away from the English top flight, the 53-year-old also helped the 20-time English Champions end their trophy drought since 2017, with a 2-0 win over Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United 2-0 in the Carabao Cup finale at Wembley
The Dutch tactician wins the award for a second time this campaign having won it previously in September
The accolade makes it a double celebration for the Old Trafford based, after Marcus Rashford emerged as the winner of February’s EA SPORTS Player of the Month.
Ten Hag scooped the award ahead of his fellow nominees Antonio Conte and Marco Silva
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