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Rangnick talked about Manchester United's situation and their real problem

By Harry Smith

Rangnick talked about Manchester United's situation and their real problem

The former Manchester United coach had a few words about the current problem that affects Manchester United.

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The departure of manager and sporting director Ralf Rangnick was one of the news that hit the fans in recent weeks. The manager had wanted a long-term move to Manchester, but the lack of results was the final straw for the German tactician's aspirations.

Erik ten Hag has now arrived at Old Trafford and after four games it seems that little by little he can find the key to straighten the English team's path in the Premier League. That's two wins in a row after starting with two worrying defeats.

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In that sense, the German manager commented on the real problem at Manchester United and what was the real reason why he could not solve the problem within the Red Devils, after his time at the institution.

What did Rangnick say?

The manager told Der Standard that in order to get things back on track, a long-term process needed to be put in place with immediate changes to the squad. "I wouldn't have needed six months at Manchester United. After two weeks it was clear to me where the problems were and what needed to be done to solve them, but the question is whether you have the opportunity to change these things or not," he said.



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