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Ralf Rangnick’s Manchester United stint
Ralf Rangnick has recently been instilled as Manchester United’s interim manager for the remainder of the campaign.
So far, Rangnick has taken charge of one game. Said tie would see Manchester United earn a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
The scoreline was perhaps not a true reflection of the game, though, as Man United dominated throughout and were very effective at pressing – especially in the first 45.
Man United are now set to face off with Young Boys in a Champions League tie on Tuesday evening.
Ralf Rangnick outlines what Manchester United can improve on
Before that game, Rangnick has been discussing what his side can improve upon.
Though it was not perfect, Man United looked a much better team in the aforementioned win over Crystal Palace this past weekend.
Perhaps the biggest plus from the game was that the Red Devils were able to keep a very rare clean sheet in the Premier League.
Now though, Rangnick is looking for his side to improve possession of the ball, their amount of chances created, their flexibility on the ball and their ability to play more vertical on the ball:
“Not everything has been perfect. We can still improve possession of the ball, we can create more chances, we can be more flexible on the ball, we could play more vertical on the ball. We spoke about that at the first press conference: if you look at the number of goals we conceded until last Sunday – and I heard today it was the first clean sheet at Old Trafford since April – six months, no clean sheet in your own stadium. For me, it was clear where the priority should be and how we should develop the team in the next couple of weeks.”
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