June 24, 2024

Gary Neville has already revealed why Newcastle chief will transform Man Utd

In light of rumors that Dan Ashworth is connected to Manchester United, Gary Neville thinks Dan Ashworth is “very qualified” and “knows what he’s doing.”

The head of Newcastle United is Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s first choice for sporting director, according to a number of sources. Old Trafford is undergoing an assessment, and Omar Berrada, the former CEO of Manchester City, has already joined the revolution funded by Ineos.

A high-ranking person to supervise activities at Carrington has been named as Ashworth. The 52-year-old was appointed by Newcastle in 2022 after stints at Brighton, the FA, and West Bromwich Albion.

Soon after the takeover, Ashworth was courted by their Saudi-led ownership, and the Magpies made it to the Champions League in his debut season on Tyneside. Neville, a great of United, has supported the Red Devils’ appointment of an outstanding football director to oversee athletic affairs.

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And after Newcastle destroyed Erik ten Hag’s team 3-0 earlier in the season, the former right-back emphasized how influential Ashworth has been in different capacities. Neville’s remarks hint at what United supporters can anticipate if Ratcliffe gets his wish.

“I ran into Dan Ashworth last night on my way up to the gantry,” he remarked. “He changed the FA’s organizational structure, helped Brighton achieve this amazing run of success, and is now laying a solid basis for Newcastle’s incoming owners.

“He is capable, extremely qualified, and well-versed in his field. Will collaborate calmly and logically with his coach, the hiring team, and other departments. Manchester United has faced two teams in the past two games that have established strong football departments to help the team both on and off the field.

The total antithesis of United. Our sporting director is absent! When Mike Ashley had sucked the life and vigor out of Newcastle’s terrific fans, I used to travel up there and feel bad for them. Observing it hurt. We watched the Theatre of Dreams change into the Theatre of Nothing last night.

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