Erik ten Hag was confirmed as Manchester United manager in April 2022, replacing Ralf Rangnick after the at the conclusion of the 2021/22 Premier League season.
Ten Hag had a 13-year playing career, including three spells with Twente, where he retired in 2002.
He would then go on to be appointed as manager of Go Ahead Eagles in 2012, leading the team to their first promotion in 17 years during his only season at the club.
A move to Bayern Munich's reserve team took place in June 2013 and two years later, he was appointed sporting director and head coach of Utrecht, where he won the manager of the year award in 2016.
The 52-year-old took over as Ajax head coach midway through the 2017/18 campaign and would lead them to the UEFA Champions League semi-final the following season.
That year, Ten Hag also claimed his first trophies as a manager, winning the league and cup double.
In January 2022, he became the fastest manager to reach 100 league wins with Ajax, achieving the feat in just 128 matches.
Ten Hag's first season in English football was an impressive one, as he led Man Utd to third place and ended their six-year trophy drought, with the EFL Cup in February.
They were also beaten finalists in last season's FA Cup final.
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