Rangnick calls for unity to end United’s suffering

MANCHESTER: Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick said Friday the team needed to show unity in field, among the speculations of media according to which some players were dissatisfied with the German manager’s playing methods since he took over from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. United suffered their first defeat under Rangnick to Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier this week, with the manager complaining of a slow performance that was a repeat of the team’s fight in this season. The 1-0 defeat left United in seventh place, four points behind Champions League qualifiers, but have a match in but no. “We have made progress, but it is clear that facing Wolverhampton was a setback and a setback to the work we have shown earlier,” Rangnick told reporters before facing Aston Villa in the FA third round. Cup Monday. “We must continue to work together. Only through teamwork will we be able to improve the ball. We have to do things together, with passion, enthusiasm and strength. That was the problem with Wolverhampton. “He added that the players are still adapting to his plans.” At least they are trying, and I’m sure they are listening, and we have shown that in recent games against Palace and Burnley and in some parts against Norwich and Newcastle, the players are trying to follow my instructions, “said Rangnick.” We are conceding fewer goals than before … We have to find the best possible balance between attack and defense and this is something we need to improve on “. (Reuters)

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