Manchester United football club have not been doing pretty well in the English Premier League this season, and their poor form has made them to drop to the 7th spot in the League table.
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The Red Devils’ poor form made the club board to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, following their 4-1 defeat to Watford FC, and they’ve decided to appoint Ralf Rangnick as an interim manager till the end of the season.
The German tactician started well with the Red Devils, but the team were defeated 1-0 by Wolverhampton Wanderers football club on Monday night in the week 21 of the English Premier League at Old Trafford.
Many people have been criticizing the former RassenballSport Leipzig football club head coach for his tactics at Manchester United football club, and he has been advised to change his coaching method.
Here are the four things Ralf Rangnick needs to do to get Manchester United football club back on track;
Drop Cristiano Ronaldo
Rangnick’s desire to press is undermined by a 36-year-old whose game is built around conserving energy for moments in front of goal, the Portuguese needs to be rested for the upcoming matches.
Get Rashford and Cavani in their favoured positions
If Ronaldo can be benched, Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani should be given more playing time in their favoured positions by coach Ralf Rangnick, and the duo would have space to operate in an attack balanced by Jadon Sancho or Mason Greenwood.
Bench Wan-Bissaka for Diogo Dalot
Aaron Wan-Bissaka had his uses when Manchester United football club were possession-light and the requirement was for a first responder to stifle opposition attacks. In possession there is no upside. He has neither the touch nor the capacity to intuit space or deliver crosses.
Buy a new midfielder
Though each has elements to commend them, ultimately neither Fred, McTominay nor Matic is good enough, Ralf Rangnick needs to buy two of Declan Rice, Frenkie de Jong, Yves Bissouma, Yuri Tielemans or Jude Bellingham to support them, in order to get back on track