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What Manchester United players ‘accuse each other of’ as details of Ralf Rangnick’s behavior emerge

What Manchester United players ‘accuse each other of’ as details of Ralf Rangnick’s behavior emerge

According to reports,  Manchester United  players are accusing one another of not working hard enough.

Ralf Rangnick was appointed after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left earlier in the season, with board members hoping he could turn the team’s season around.

However, this has not occurred, with the Red Devils continuing to toil.

Rangnick entered with a strong reputation, having previously performed wonders at RB Leipzig, Schalke, and Hoffenheim in Germany.

However, under his leadership, United have departed the Champions League and FA Cup, and they are also set to lose out on a spot in the top four for the first time since 2019.

As a result, the players have come under fire, and The Athletic reports that teammates are accusing each other of not working hard enough behind the scenes.

The club is divided, with ties fraying as the results continue to deteriorate.

Rangnick has a lot to say in public and has made it clear that United will need a significant reconstruction at the end of the season.

However, when it comes to private things, the German is believed to be quiet at times.

Rangnick is alleged to have’spoken little’ to devastated players following their recent 3-1 loss to Arsenal.

United suffered a humiliating setback at the Emirates Stadium last Saturday, with to goals from Nuno Tavares, Bukayo Saka, and Granit Xhaka.

Despite Scott McTominay’s hints of dissension in the immediate aftermath of the game, Rangnick chose not to try to bring everyone together.

United have since drew 1-1 with Chelsea.

Despite the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo continues to age like a great wine, it was another lackluster performance.

Rangnick, for one, was apparently taken aback by the exits of coaches such as Michael Carrick, Kieran McKenna, and Martyn Pert.

And, no matter how hard they tried, his coaching replacements have failed to impress the team.

Rangnick has been named the next coach of Austria’s national team.

This was finalized on Friday, although the German will remain with United as a consultant for the next two years.

And how it works has to be seen, as Rangnick’s new role with United is still unknown.

Meanwhile, on his new job in Austria, the 63-year-old stated, “It’s an honour for me to take on the role of team boss.

“I’m particularly excited about the prospect of contesting the European Championships in Germany with a young team hungry for success.”

But United legend Gary Neville isn’t happy and feels Rangnick can’t continue with the club.

“Manchester United’s Sporting Director or consultant can he really be going looking at Austrian players, week in, week out?” he said.

“And then selecting them for the national team?

“The Austrian national team has pride, great country and some great players so he’ll have to watch players all week then he’s going to go and coach them for two weeks in September, October, November and March.

“So you’re saying to yourself what’s happening with the Manchester United consultancy advice?

“Where is the priority? There’s a conflict there. I don’t see that.

“I don’t see how that can work, you’re a national team manager and I’ve worked under a national team manager, that national team manager has got to present week in, week out, Saturday, Wednesday, Saturday, Tuesday and he can’t be here at Old Trafford every week watching an Austrian player play.”


What Manchester United players ‘accuse each other of’ as details of Ralf Rangnick’s behavior emerge

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