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Bruno Fernandes opens up on “atmosphere” at Man United under Ralf Rangnick and explains what went wrong

Following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the German served as interim manager of Manchester United for six months last season.

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Bruno Fernandes has spoken out on Manchester United’s brief Ralf Rangnick tenure.


Following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the German was named interim manager at Old Trafford in November. But he presided over a disastrous few months in which United finished sixth and scored the fewest points in Premier League history.


“Ralf came with his philosophy of playing with intensity and pressuring, as he was used to doing in Germany,” Fernandes told the Athletic.


“However, it did not work out with us since there was an atmosphere among everyone in which confidence was low and everything was truly down.” When you’re in that run, it’s quite difficult to get out. Ralf has nothing to do with it. He gave it his all.


“He’s a good boss with good ideas, but they didn’t work for everyone.”


“This is because the team was developed with Ole (Gunnar Solskjaer) and his vision, and then a new manager comes in with a different vision” (his own idea).


“That might be the difference at the club because each manager that has been here having had different ideas, therefore they bring in different players.”

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