Rangnick confident of Manchester United future

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Ralf Rangnick confident of the future of Manchester United despite suffering heavy defeat from Brighton in the Premier League.

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick is confident in the future of the club ahead of next season.

Brighton defeated Manchester United 4-0 in the Premier League yesterday as the Red Devils recorded the worse season ever.

It has been a tough season for Manchester United during and after their old manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer.

The team keep moving from one issue to the other under the interim manager who took charge after the dismissal of Solskjaer.

Speaking after their heavy defeat away from home Rangnick says he is confident in the future of the club.

The club hierarchy appointed Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag to be the next United manager and the interim manager believes the team will be in good hands next season.

“This has to be done at the end of the season,” he said. “I’m still very positive that with Erik Ten Hag we have a top manager next season and I’m also pretty sure the board has already made some changes and there will be more changes to come in the summer.

“I’m still positive that we can change the whole issue and show a completely different face next season and this is important, not only for our fans but also for the image of the whole club.

He added: “If there is one good thing that we realise, it’s that there is a lot of space for improvement and that we need some changes.”

Speaking about their defeat Rangnick stated that they knew about the quality and technicality of Brighton.

He added that the problem they had was giving them too much space to explore and that they were unable to hold on to possession but rather gave the ball out to opponent.

“We knew from our first game that we played [against them] at home that Brighton are a very flexible, technical team. Always trying to play through your lines and to be creative. So we knew that it was not enough to just enjoy yourself in possession of the ball.

“The problem was we were not that often in possession of the ball. In order to be in possession we should have won the ball, but we gave them far too much space and time.

“After a performance like that I’m not the kind of person who is looking for excuses or alibis, this was just not good enough and I can only, once again, say [an] apology to our supporters and to everybody who is taking care of this club.”



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