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Todd Boehly’s billion-pound Chelsea shambles could accelerate the INEOS revolution at Man United

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is orchestrating a revolution at Old Trafford right now with a new footballing operation being implemented behind the scenes at Manchester United. An astute businessman, he will also be learning from what others have done.

United travel to Stamford Bridge this evening to take on another club in the midst of a revolution. Chelsea, under the stewardship of Todd Boehly, have become a club that many have sniggered at.

This could mean curtains for Erik ten Hag if United fail to beat Boehly’s billion-pound Chelsea shambles tonight. With Champions League qualification on the line, the Dutchman knows any slip up between now and the end of the season could be critical for both the club and his own future.

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With Dan Ashworth and Jason Wilcox being identified by Ratcliffe to take key roles at United, change will be inevitable as they look to rebuild the club both on and off the pitch. History suggests that new football club owners like to put their stamp on things by instantly changing the manager, and as speculation remains rife around Ten Hag, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if a new job vacancy becomes available soon.

Doubts had already crept in about the Dutchman prior to INEOS taking control of all sporting aspects at Old Trafford. Despite some positive results, performances have been well below par for a side that should be competing at the top of table.

An enthralling 4-3 FA Cup victory over Liverpool should have been lift off in the Ten Hag era, but they were battered by an out-of-form Brentford side who were unlucky not to take United to