Ten Hag named Manager of the Month
Erik ten Hag has been named Premier League Manager of the Month for the second time.
The Manchester United boss was rewarded for a fine February, which saw the Reds go unbeaten in the division.
While also winning the Carabao Cup and knocking Barcelona out of the Europa League, the team defeated Crystal Palace in our opening league game of the month, before battling back from 2-0 down to claim a point against Leeds United. The Yorkshire side were our next opponents, when we secured a 2-0 triumph at Elland Road.
Leicester City were brushed aside 3-0 in our final Premier League game of the period, with our Wembley commitments causing the Brentford game to be postponed.
The body of work was enough to beat the other two contenders for the prize - Fulham's Marco Silva and Tottenham boss Antonio Conte.
Fulham were unbeaten, with two wins and two draws, while Spurs won three of their four matches, including beating Manchester City, but the exception was a heavy 4-1 loss at Leicester City.
Ten Hag also won the trophy in September, while Arsenal's Mikel Arteta has come out on top on three occasions. Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe is the other victor this season.
Unfortunately, following the win over West Ham United in the Emirates FA Cup, March got off to the worst possible start in terms of our league action, with the nightmare defeat at Liverpool. However, we defeated Real Betis 4-1 in the Europa League on Thursday and will hope to get back to winning ways domestically, with Southampton providing the opposition at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.