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Rangnick Identifies Six Players To Offload At Man United 

Rangnick Identifies Six Players To Offload At Man United 

Manchester United’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick has reportedly identified six players he feels should be axed by the club.

Rangnick is only in charge for the next sixth months before he takes on a consultancy role with the club from next season.

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However, the 63-year-old is now looking to stamp his own authority on the squad by offloading players and possibly bringing in a couple new faces.

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According to The Mirror United have given the German a £100million budget in January transfer window, but new arrivals will also see some players leave.

The report claims Edinson Cavani is likely to be on his way out as he heads into the final six months of his contract, along with Paul Pogba who is yet to make a decision on his future.

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Midfielders Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard has struggled for game time this season and have also been included on the short-list, with the latter being linked with West Ham United.

Anthony Martial and Diogo Dalot have also been mentioned, as both players have fallen down the pecking order in the squad this season and could leave in search of regular game time.

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WORDPRESS: 10
  • The new Manchester United interim boss is starting to mould the dressing room I’m his own’s image.

    It remains to see what comes out of it. The players rumoured to be on their way out are ones most people expected anyway. What would be interested are the new arrivals and how they will inject new life to an ailing outfit.

    Ragbick’s impact will have to be punchy and penetrative to go right through the heart of the issues besetting Man U’s performances and also stabilise them in a short space of time.

    In hindsight, Rohr should have been retained in 2020 for just a short time enough for the NFF to search and engage another gaffer with innovative and fresh ideas for the Super Eagles. Rather they imprisoned themselves in a contract that would be costly and messy to get out of once it became clear that Rohr had the technical nouse to take the Super Eagles to uncharted territory.

    Rohr remains a good coach who is able to bring restoration which is what he did for Nigeria between 2016 – 2020. At that point, the Super Eagles needed advancement that could only be brought about via Avant Garde and superior technical approach: something Rohr demonstrates throughout his coaching career that he lacks.

    Hence, his adequate managerial skills (which Nigeria needed in 2016) was sufficient for Rohr to lead Girondins de Bordeaux to the UEFA Cup final in 1996 (which was quite a remarkable feat in itself for the modest French club). But because his didn’t (and still doesn’t) have cutting edge coaching methods and a killer instinct, they fell to Bayern Munich over two legs, 0–2. Which is why he is unlikely to ever take Nigeria beyond what we are used to achieving.

    In fact throughout his coaching career, he has never done anything extraordinary. He has brought stability to clubs and national teams (before being fired) but has never lifted any of them to greater heights. So, why did the NFF think he would do so in 2020 with Nigeria when his record with the Super Eagles up to that point suggested a similar pattern with his previous positions?

    In truth, Nigeria rarely hires coaches with sterling pedigree: neither Keshi nor Westerhof were draping in trophies before lifting Nigeria. But one can argue that the signs were there.

    In any event, Rohr did very well to restore Nigeria to her traditional positioning in world football. Sacking him now will be foolhardy as it is so close to a major tournament and, let’s face it, he has met all his tarets thus far (albeit with a languid and haphazard brand of football).

     
    • Corrections:

      1) In the 4th paragraph:

      “to get out of once it became clear that Rohr hadn’t the technical nouse to take the Super Eagles to uncharted territory.

      2) In the 5th paragraph:

      “After that point, the Super Eagles needed advancement that could only be brought about via Avant Garde”

      3) last paragraph:

      “he has met all his targets thus far”

       
    • Samuel 2 months ago

      Incoherently put together.

       
  • _Re-written from Above_

    The new Manchester United interim boss is starting to mould the dressing room in his own’s image.

    It remains to be seen what comes out of it.

    The players rumoured to be on their way out are ones most people expected anyway. What would be interested are the new arrivals and how they will inject new life to an ailing outfit.

    Ragbick’s impact will have to be punchy and penetrative to go right through the heart of the issues besetting Man U’s performances and also stabilise them in a short space of time.

    In hindsight (when it comes to the Super Eagles) Rohr should have been retained in 2020 for just a short time enough for the NFF to search and engage another gaffer with innovative and fresh ideas for the Super Eagles. Rather they imprisoned themselves in a contract that would be costly and messy to get out of once it became clear that Rohr didn’t possess the technical nouse to take the Super Eagles to uncharted territory.

    Rohr remains a good coach (in his own rights) who is able to bring restoration which is what he did for Nigeria between 2016 – 2020. After that point, the Super Eagles needed advancement that could only be brought about via Avant Garde and superior technical approach: something Rohr demonstrated throughout his coaching career that he lacks.

    Hence, his basic and adequate managerial skills (which Nigeria needed in 2016) were sufficient for Rohr to lead Girondins de Bordeaux to the UEFA Cup final in 1996 (which was quite a remarkable feat in itself for the modest French club). But because he didn’t (and still doesn’t) have cutting edge coaching methods and a killer instinct, they fell to Bayern Munich over two legs, 0–2. Which is why he is unlikely to ever take Nigeria beyond what we are used to achieving.

    In fact throughout his coaching career, he has never done anything extraordinary. He has brought stability to clubs and national teams (before being fired) but has never lifted any of them to greater heights. So, why did the NFF think he would do so in 2020 with Nigeria when his record with the Super Eagles up to that point suggested a similar pattern with his previous positions?

    In truth, Nigeria rarely hires coaches with sterling pedigree: neither Keshi nor Westerhof were draping in trophies before lifting Nigeria. But one can argue that the signs were there.

    In any event, Rohr did very well to restore Nigeria to her traditional positioning in world football. Sacking him now will be foolhardy as it is so close to a major tournament and, let’s face it, he has met all his tagets thus far (albeit with a languid and haphazard brand of football).

    Sacking him “now” might do more harm than good – though I pray things work out for the Super Eagles in the short term if indeed Rohr is shown the exit door.

     
    • Seun Dejo 2 months ago

      Even at that, it’s a drab.

       
      • At least, thanks for taking time to read both entries: I applaud your effort. 🙂 🙂 🙂

         
      • Garry Effiong 2 months ago

        Disjointed.

         
        • Yep – trying to cover so many angles with so few words can give such an impression from a shallow perspective……

           
  • Biodun Awori 2 months ago

    Does that means without mentioning Rohr we can’t even make an informed comment?

    With his pedigree, Ralf Rangnick should be able to choose his squad without any interference.

    Rangnick began his coaching career after his uneventful stint as a footballer. He was hired by former club Ulm 1846 in 1997, with whom he won the Regional league South in his debut season. Rangnick was then appointed by Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart, winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2000, but was dismissed in 2001 as Stuttgart were sitting in 17th place in the Bundesliga. His record had been 36 wins, 16 draws and 34 losses.

    He subsequently joined Hannover 96, winning the Bundesliga, but was dismissed in 2004 for another poor performance. After a brief period with Schalke 04, Rangnick joined 1899 Hoffenheim in 2006, and achieved successive promotions to the Bundesliga. He departed the club in 2011 and returned to Schalke 04, where he won the 2011 DFB-Pokal and reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League.

    He later served as head coach at RB Leipzig across two periods between 2015 and 2019. I could go on but what is relevant here is that he has been largely successful as a coach and should be able to choose his squad.