Erik Ten Hag’s Record Against Clubs – All Stats You Need To Know

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Here are the records Erik Ten Hag holds against some of the biggest clubs

Can you guess which club has the worst record against Erik Ten Hag? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the records Erik Ten Hag holds against some of the biggest clubs.

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Record against clubs


  • Games – 19
  • Wins – 7
  • Draws – 3
  • Lose – 9
  • Goals – 26

AZ Alkmaar

  • Games – 18
  • Wins – 8
  • Draws – 2
  • Lose – 8
  • Goals – 33

PEC Zwolle

  • Games – 17
  • Wins – 13
  • Draws – 3
  • Lose – 1
  • Goals – 39

SC Heerenveen

  • Games – 17
  • Wins – 14
  • Draws – 3
  • Lose – 0
  • Goals – 50

FC Groningen

  • Games – 16
  • Wins – 12
  • Draws – 0
  • Lose – 4
  • Goals – 35

AFC Ajax won the 2021/22 Eredivisie title all thanks to their ex-manager Erik Ten Hag. But it didn’t stop him to sign a deal with Manchester United as it was a great opportunity for him to show his managing skills on a bigger stage.

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However, the Red Devils lost to Brighton brutally by a four goal difference (0-4) and it was their second game under the Dutch manager. Erik did win his first match but he still needs to prove his world-class level in the Premier League.

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Erik’s record against SC Heerenveen is quite good as compared to other clubs. He didn’t lost a single match against them and drew only three times in a total of 17 rivalry matches.

According to The Times, Ten Hag wants to reunite with the former England coach Steve McClaren, with whom he worked at FC Twente earlier in his career. Let us tell you that Steve served as an assistant under Sir Alex Ferguson between 1999 and 2001.

But the Dutchman was recently slammed by former Twente manager Fred Rutten.

“Everyone makes his own choices in life. I have a family, grandchildren that I want to see. This type of project, I felt uncomfortable with it,” Rutten told ESPN.

“At Manchester United you get on a train and you can’t get off it. I want to feel comfortable in something you step into. That is the case with PSV.”

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.