Ralf Rangnick reveals what Man United will try to achieve after Watford thrashing

Ralf Rangnick reveals what Man United will try to achieve after Watford thrashing

Ralf Rangnick has said Manchester United will try to dominate games after stating the obvious that they were outplayed in their last few Premier League games.

Man United were outclassed by Liverpool and Manchester City at Old Trafford, a game Rangnick said he watched.

They were outplayed also by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend in the league, of course, United’s interim manager watched the game, also watched Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s last game in charge of the team against Watford, where United were hammered 4-1.

The German boss said Manchester United didn’t have control of the game against the teams mentioned above and has put it on himself to ensure it doesn’t happen under his watch.

“I saw the games against Liverpool and Manchester City, at Chelsea even though we won a point there, and even against teams like Watford, the team didn’t have control,” Rangnick told MUTV.

“They didn’t have control over the game and this is something we will try to achieve.

“This has to do with what do we do when we have the ball ourselves, and what are we going to do when the other team has the ball. In those two areas, I think it’s important to develop the team in the next couple of weeks.”

Ralf Rangnick wants Manchester United to start taking control of every game they play

Rangnick is expected to take charge of his first Manchester United game this weekend against Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

The German boss wouldn’t have enough time to train his players according to how he wants his team to play but with the help of video material, he believes he could make changes.

“We won’t have that much training time, because we play every three days, so it’s about video footage, using video material as an important tool to develop the team, train the brains and at the same time encourage the players to do the right things,” Rangnick said.

“I think it’s important to win games in the first instance, and then step by step develop the team in the right direction.”