Manchester United manager, Ralf Rangnick has come out to say that his players are not on the level he’d like in training. He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, he recently watched Burnley who are fighting to stay in the league and the way they defended against Southampton, and he is happy with their application of basics on the pitch.
Rangnick added that he just hopes the current sad state of the club will help Ten Hag prepare well for the future.
His words, “In training we haven’t been on the level I’d like.”
“We are very far away from football I would like to play.”
“Even if I watch Burnley and they are fighting to stay in league, the way they defended and didn’t allow Southampton a single chance.”
“This is what I mean by basics, and those are things we need to show in the next games.”
“I would rather say the level of expectations. This has also got to do with patience, yes, but in a club like Manchester United it is difficult to tell people to be patient. It will take time.”
“We have to face current situation. We lost on aggregate to Liverpool 9-0, Manchester City 6-1, lost to Watford 4-1 and lost to Everton, who are not full of confidence.”
“This is just the sad reality. It makes sense to have sense of reality and not accept but acknowledge it. It would also help Erik ten Hag for the future.”
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