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Fred explains how Manchester United are beginning to develop under Ralf Rangnick

Ralf Rangnick, the temporary manager of Manchester United, has been regarded as a “wonderful coach” by Fred, who believes that he and his teammates are getting more adapted to and comfortable with his tactics.

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The Brazilian made the admission during United’s 4-2 triumph over Leeds United at Elland Road on Sunday, in which he came off the bench to put United 3-2 ahead after Leeds had rallied from 2-0 down to draw level.

Rangnick turned to his substitutes bench, where Fred and Anthony Elanga were used in an attempt to assist United regain control after letting a two-goal lead slip away.

Much to Rangnick’s surprise, Fred and Elanga, of course, proved to be the match-winners, scoring two goals apiece

Fred, who has five direct goal contributions since Rangnick took over in November, has confessed that United are asking to progress under his leadership, but admitting that switching managers mid-season was “tough.”

In an interview with ESPN Brazil, Fred said: “We’re growing and improving. Rangnick is an outstanding coach.

“Changing coaches in the middle of the season is also challenging. But we’re blending in, and we’re attempting to comprehend his work. We’ve already gotten a lot better at it.

“And we strive for victory in every game. As a result, this is crucial to us. Today [Sunday] was a fantastic win, and we have a crucial game [against Atletico Madrid] on Wednesday, so we must stay focused.

“And, as I previously stated, it’s by keeping your head on straight, step by step, that we’ll end the season in the greatest possible position.”

“And, as I previously stated, it’s by keeping your head on straight, step by step, that we’ll end the season in the greatest possible position.”

Rangnick revealed why he chose to send Fred and Elanga to Elland Road at the time he did: “It was fantastic to have two dynamic players like Fred and Anthony Elanga join the team. In the end, they both scored.

“This is the finest part: I didn’t bring them on to score goals; I brought them on to re-energize the team and play in the same manner as we did in the first half.”

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