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With a new footballing operation underway at Manchester United behind closed doors, Sir Jim Ratcliffe is currently leading a revolution at Old Trafford.

Being a shrewd businessman, he will also take note of what other people have accomplished.

This evening, United will visit Stamford Bridge to play a club that is now undergoing a revolution. Chelsea has turned into a team that many people have laughed at under Todd Boehly’s leadership.

Should United lose to Boehly’s billion-pound Chelsea mess tonight, this may be the end for Erik ten Hag. The Dutchman is aware that any mistake made between now and season’s end might have a significant impact on the club’s and his own prospects, as Champions League qualifying is at stake.

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Ratcliffe has named Dan Ashworth and Jason Wilcox to be in important positions at United, so as they attempt to reconstruct the team both on and off the field, change is unavoidable.

Given the history of new football club ownership replacing managers quickly, it wouldn’t be shocking if Ten Hag’s position opened up shortly.

Rumor has it that Ten Hag wants to leave his mark on things.

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