Rangnick regime in question inside Manchester United dressing room


Doubt beginning to show as Rangnick regime comes under fire inside in Manchester United dressing roomDoubt beginning to show as Rangnick regime comes under fire inside in Manchester United dressing room

Rangnick regime in question at Old Trafford

Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick continues to take body shots in the aftermath of the Red Devil’s 1-0 loss against Wolves at the weekend, with the regime under the German tactician now coming under increased scrutiny from inside his own dressing room.

According to SkySports reporter Dharmesh Sheth, all is not right at Old Trafford at current under Rangnick and recent quotes from left-back Luke Shaw may have dropped easter eggs regarding a potential source for the question marks that continue to loom at the Theatre of Dreams.

Sheth shed light on the potential strife at the club on The Transfer Show and confirmed that multiple sources have mentioned that divisions exist inside the camp on the back of growing concerns among the players that Rangnick may not be the right man for the job.

It was also confirmed that cliques inside the camp do indeed exist which remains a driving force behind many of the questions emanating from Old Trafford surrounding the unhappiness with not only the tactical approach of Rangnick but his training methods as well.

German tactician should not shoulder all the blame

While questions can be raised around the temporary tenure of Ralf Rangnick thus far given some of the performances that Manchester United has produced since his arrival, the German icon cannot be saddled with all of the blame regarding what currently ails the Premier League giants.

Doubt beginning to show as Rangnick regime comes under fire inside in Manchester United dressing roomDoubt beginning to show as Rangnick regime comes under fire inside in Manchester United dressing room

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 05: Ralf Rangnick the interim / caretaker manager / head coach of Manchester United and Diogo Dalot of Manchester United at full time during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on December 5, 2021 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)

As Dharmesh Sheth pointed out, the latest Covid outbreak not only disrupted training sessions and postponed matches but ended in the closing of the club’s Carrington training base for a period.

This in the wake of a tactical nightmare that was left by Ole Gunnar Solskjær, and instituting new philosophies takes time even under the most ideal set of circumstances.

But despite a certain degree of hardship at Old Trafford, the club remain staunch in their pre-existing stance that Rangnick’s role as manager is only temporary after Sheth also confirmed that United remain on course with their recruitment objectives of bringing in a long-term appointment in the summer after Rangnick moves upstairs in a consultancy role.

In that light, what currently is disrupting the changing room will undoubtedly prove relatively minor in the grand scheme of things in how the Red Devils hierarchy plan to move forward after 2021-22.


This article was edited by
Ben Browning.

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