New Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag looks UNRECOGNISABLE with full head of hair in 1993 FC Twente Panini sticker
21st April 2022

ERIK TEN HAG has been officially confirmed as the next permanent manager of Manchester United.

The 52-year-old Dutchman was a centre-back in his playing days, and is completely unrecognisable now to how he looked as a player.

Ten Hag spent the entirety of his professional career in his native Holland – making the majority of his 336 appearances at FC Twente.

He won the Dutch Cup with Twente in 2001, but also had spells with Utrecht, RKC Waalwijk and De Graafschap.

And back in the day Ten Hag had quite the head of hair.

The new Manchester United manager looks like a different person with luscious blonde locks, seen in an old Panini sticker from 1993.

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Looking very fresh-faced in his early twenties during his second spell with Twente, Ten Hag was pictured with an impressive mop on top of his head.

Now close to 30 years on from when the snap was taken, Ten Hag no longer has the full head of hair that he once did.

The Ajax gaffer was today confirmed as the man to take over from interim boss Ralf Rangnick in the summer.

Ten Hag has agreed a three-year deal with the Red Devils, with the option for a further 12 months.

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Red Devils fans rejoiced at the announcement, as Ten Hag now faces the daunting task of turning the club back into title contenders.

His appointment comes just two days after the club were thrashed 4-0 by bitter rivals Liverpool.

An entire squad rebuild is expected, with Rangnick confirming that up to TEN new players could be signed this summer.

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