Manchester United hopes to play in Champions League football at the end of the season, now under the guidance of interim manager Ralf Rangnick, despite performing an average form.
The Red Devils have won two of the last five games in all tournaments. It’s progressing at about the same pace as the top four races, but due to the nature of its performance, there are still many requests.
When asked if he believed the players were supporting him in response to recent speculation that United’s team had a lot of dissatisfaction after a turbulent era, Rangnick said: Stated. “They are at least trying. I’m sure they’re listening.
“I think we’ve shown that they’re trying to follow our advice in the last palace, Burnley, and part of the Norwich and Newcastle match. That’s the advice I gave them.
“We acknowledged less goals than before […] But yes, it’s about balance.
“We need to find the best possible balance between attack and defense, but there is still work to be done to be successful.”
– Soccer Sports
(Video) Rangnick lifts lid with support from Manchester United team
https://www.caughtoffside.com/2022/01/07/video-rangnick-lifts-lid-on-support-from-man-united-squad/ (Video) Rangnick lifts lid with support from Manchester United team