‘Not good enough’… Ralf Rangnick blasts 5 Manchester United players ‘behaviour’


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Manchester United may blame VAR all they want for their loss to Burnley, but the team must eventually accept responsibility.


United squandered countless chances and, in a similar vein to the Middlesbrough game, went silent at a critical juncture and paid the price.


The defending for Jay Rodriguez’s equalizer was appalling, and United interim manager Ralf Rangnick told the players as much after the game.


“The second half we didn’t start well, we weren’t aggressive enough, we weren’t composed enough on the ball,” a clearly angry Rangnick told the club website.


“Three times in the two minutes before we lost the goal, we won the ball and played tiki-taka football in our own half, and we gave the ball away too easily.”


“We then had our own counterattack, which took 20 seconds until we scored.” Our team’s behavior in the 10 seconds before they scored was simply unacceptable.


“We had two or three guys in our own half and still let them score.”


United does not answer.

Rangnick did not name any specific players, but it was clear who Manchester United fans held accountable: Harry Maguire.


Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand also slammed Maguire, telling BT Sport: “He’ll be unhappy.” There hasn’t been the consistency that one would expect from a player of his caliber.


He also stated that Maguire cannot be held solely responsible for the draw: “You may level it at Harry Maguire, but the entire team has to take responsibility.”


United needed to respond after the draw and missed chances against Middlesbrough. Instead, fans were handed more of the same, and their annoyance and aggravation grew with each game.

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