Ralf Rangnick expected more from Manchester United as interim head coach. The German, who took the place of dismissed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was unable to make a turnaround.
Solskjaer was forced to leave due to poor results, but United has won only three of the last 12 games. As a result, Rangnick was unable to achieve much improvement, and this bothers him. “We were able to raise the level a bit, but it didn’t go as we wanted,” the coach said at the press conference.
In addition, the German had an indirect warning to Erik ten Hagi, who will probably succeed Old Trafford. “We all know it’s not an easy team. The whole situation here isn’t easy, because otherwise I wouldn’t have been here right now and Ole would still be there. You always have to ask yourself what could have been done better, but at least I’m not sorry.”
Man United will play in the Premier League with Norwich City on Saturday. The prospect of entering the Champions League must be won, as the gap with fourth place to Tottenham is six points.
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