Manchester United: Sir Jim Ratcliffe faces impatience after co-owner’s third setback in Football.

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Ten Hag believes the future is bright for Manchester United after a 2-2 draw against Liverpool. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the co-owner, may not directly impact the team’s fortunes on the pitch until next season following the first summer transfer window under his watch.

He has expressed impatience in his pursuit of success and completed his investment in February. The recent performances of the Red Devils have been below-par, with consecutive matches resulting in losses of leads in the final minutes.

Ratcliffe was present at Stamford Bridge days before the Liverpool clash, witnessing a 4-3 defeat after what was initially a 3-2 win for United. This marked his first live game after officially becoming co-owner.

Ratcliffe’s first live game at Old Trafford was in January, where United drew 2-2 against Tottenham Hotspur, leaving him yet to see the team win in person since his investment.

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