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Ex-United striker, Javier Hernandez claims Man United need to ‘get over’ Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Javier Hernandez contends that Manchester United must move past the passing of Sir Alex Ferguson and allow Erik ten Hag to lead the team in his way.

The legendary Scot remained in command at Old Trafford for 26 years, and Hernandez, a Mexican striker, was crucial to the championship campaigns of 2011 and 2013.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, and Jose Mourinho have all taken on the daunting task of succeeding Ferguson.

After a difficult summer in the transfer market and a home loss to Brighton on the first day of the season, the new incumbent Ten Hag is in the news.

According to Sportsmail, Ferguson, former United CEO David Gill, former captain Bryan Robson, and football director John Murtough are all members of a new think tank that advises the team.

And 34-year-old LA Galaxy player Hernandez claims Ten Hag shouldn’t have Ferguson’s enormous shadow cast over him.

“It’s hard to replace a man like that.” Like winning the lottery. Do you believe that anyone you hire afterwards will be able to accomplish 80% of what Ferguson accomplished?

According to Hernandez, “Ferguson creates so much pressure that it just isn’t going to work out.”

“United must now move past Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure.” Would you like someone like that for us? Unanimously, yeah. However, Sir Alex has left, and things will never be the same.

Therefore, United must change and let the new manager handle things in his way.

Hernandez, who scored 59 goals in 159 games at Old Trafford, was vocal about the team’s decline.

The other issue is that some players won’t travel because United isn’t playing in the Champions League.

Of course, there will always be players who want to join Manchester United. Others, however, won’t attend because they aren’t playing in the Champions League.

Who would you select if another team could offer the Champions League? You select the team that is best for your career. It is very challenging.

“United are currently going through the same thing Liverpool was while I was in England,” I said.

Liverpool was Liverpool, but they continued to suffer until they hired a coach who could fire players who weren’t up to par.

What was it, Liverpool missed the Champions League for four years. That is a method. United’s current position is a little worse than it was previously. The MLS All-Stars will face Liga MX counterparts from Mexico on Wednesday in Minneapolis, and Hernandez, who will serve as captain of the team, expressed his desire that they begin to improve with each manager.

For United, the Cristiano Ronaldo saga has continued all summer long, and the Portuguese player’s future is still up in the air.

Ronaldo, 37, entered the game against Brighton off the bench because he wanted to play in the Champions League.

Hernandez continued, referring to his former Real Madrid teammate, “There is no right or wrong choice. If there was a simple formula, we would all have the same experiences in life and wouldn’t follow different pathways.

Time will tell whether or not the information is accurate. Will this situation improve? We’ll find out. The beauty of it is that. life’s inherent ambiguity. We shall see. If he continues, what if he scores 40 goals?

The 34-year-old Hernandez’s contract with the Galaxy is up this year. The regular season concludes on October 9 and his squad is currently three points off of the postseason spots.

Hernandez was asked if he would consider a return after United withdrew a bid for Bologna striker Marko Arnautovic.

I am familiar with the circumstances, the stories, and the potential outcomes. However, it goes without saying that if United comes, and they say yes, I’ll play for free, given my age and background.

“I want to be very kind and reliable.” My current thoughts, outlook, and convictions are focused on helping LA Galaxy win a championship.

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