Manchester United interim supervisor Ralf Rangnick stated he has no regrets about taking the Outdated Trafford job however the German shouldn’t be pleased with what his crew has achieved to this point.
United have received three of their final 12 matches in all competitions and are seventh within the Premier League standings, six factors off fourth place and the ultimate Champions League spot with seven video games left.
Rangnick joined United on an interim foundation in November following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has led the crew to 9 wins in his 22 matches in cost to this point.
“No, no regrets in any respect,” he instructed reporters forward of Saturday’s house league sport in opposition to Norwich Metropolis. “I’d do it over and over. I don’t remorse that in any respect.
“As a supervisor, you all the time need to query what you could possibly have accomplished higher however I’ve no regrets … We’re all conscious it’s not a simple squad and the entire scenario was not straightforward or I’d not be sitting right here and Ole would in all probability nonetheless be right here.
“We now have proven up to now couple of months we had been capable of elevate the extent however not in the identical sustainable approach that I’d have wished. That’s the rationale I’m not completely happy in any respect with what we’ve achieved to this point.”
Rangnick, 63, will likely be interim supervisor till the tip of the season earlier than taking on a consultancy position with the membership for an additional two years.
United are trying to find a everlasting supervisor, with British media reporting that Ajax Amsterdam boss Erik ten Hag is the seemingly candidate for the highest job.