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newsfootballa month ago

Manchester Untied confirm that Ralf Rangnick won’t be staying on as consultant

In a statement, Manchester United have confirmed that former interim manager Ralf Rangnick won’t be staying on as a consultant because of the demands of his role as Austria’s head coach. The German was brought in after the club sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and was supposed to stay on as a consultant.
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newsfootballa month ago

Cristiano Ronaldo is great but he's not a pressing monster, reveals Ralf Rangnick

Ralf Rangnick expressed disappointment at the fact that he hasn’t been able to implement his high-pressing style at Manchester United and admitted that Cristiano Ronaldo has been a talismanic figure but hasn’t been a pressing monster. The United attacker joined the club the previous summer.
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newsfootball2 months ago

I believe if everyone works together we can bring United to where it was, asserts Ralf Rangnick

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has insisted that the English giants could restore themselves back to their glorious best if they manage to get the right targets in the upcoming summer transfer window. United will usher in a new era under current Ajax boss Erik ten Hag next season.
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newsfootball2 months ago

I'm more than happy to speak with Erik ten Hag and exchange opinions, claims Ralf Rangnick

Ralf Rangnick has admitted that he is happy to have a conversation with next United manager Erik ten Hag over the state of affairs at the club although he acknowledged that the Dutchman has to concentrate on his final games at Ajax. Ten Hag will take charge of the club ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.
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featurefootball2 months ago

2021/22 Premier League | England’s five club Champions League battle will go down to the wire

There’s absolutely nothing like a spectacular fight for the top four and right now, the Premier League has one of the best. Five teams all battling it out for European glory and only one will make the cut for the most glorious European competition there is, while the others settle for scraps.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Marcus Rashford is struggling but its nothing dramatic he can’t recover from, admits Louis Saha

Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has insisted that Marcus Rashford has the qualities to turnaround his woeful form and asserted that the Englishman could benefit from a reinvigorating break from football. Rashford has endured a terrible seasons after making his comeback from injury.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Erik ten Hag has got a big job to get club back to minimum standards, proclaims Gary Neville

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has backed Ajax boss Erik ten Hag to succeed at the English club although he admitted that expectations have to be tempered as the Dutchman aims to facilitate a major overhaul of the squad. The Dutch manager was confirmed as the next United manager on Thursday.
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newsfootball2 months ago

We have to accept Liverpool are six years ahead of us now, admits Ralf Rangnick

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has claimed that Liverpool’s dominating victory over the Manchester club proved that they are six years ahead of them now and pointed to their rivals as the example to follow in their rebuild. United were soundly beaten 4-0 by Liverpool on Tuesday.
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newsfootball2 months ago

We have done everything to keep Erik ten Hag on board, asserts Gary Hamstra

Ajax technical director Gary Hamstra has revealed that the club has done everything in its power to convince Erik ten Hag to remain although he admitted that they are examining their options if Ten Hag decides to leave. The Dutch coach is expected to be the next manager of Manchester United.
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newsfootball3 months ago

I don’t regret taking Manchester United job at all, exclaims Ralf Rangnick

Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has asserted that he doesn’t regret taking over the hotseat at Old Trafford as he knew the situation at the English club was difficult from the start. The German manager is set to take up a two-year consultancy role with the club in the summer.
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