Ralf Rangnick allegedly ‘broke’ the Manchester United dressing room, which Marcus Rashford responds to.


Ralf Rangnick allegedly ‘broke’ the Manchester United dressing room, which Marcus Rashford responds to.

Following reports of dressing room discontent, Marcus Rashford insists that he and his teammates are 100% committed to Manchester United and interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

Marcus Rashford has slammed those who accuse Manchester United’s players of a lack of commitment, insisting that the team is fully behind interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

After taking over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, the German has had a mixed start at Old Trafford.

United have looked decidedly uninspiring under their new manager, despite only losing once in six games, and there are whispers of growing unrest within the squad.

Several players are fed up with Rangnick’s coaching and are considering leaving the club after not being given a chance. Despite his reputation as a revolutionary tactician, numerous reports suggest the players are unimpressed.

Rashford, on the other hand, took to social media on Saturday to dispel those rumors, claiming that he and his teammates are sick of reports questioning their commitment.

“We’ve all been disappointed with recent performances, as well as the news coverage questioning our commitment to not only the manager and coaching staff, but the club,” the England international wrote.

“I have a great deal of respect for both of them, and I’m excited to work with the Manchester United coaching staff to improve my game.”

He emphasized, “I’m not sulking, I’m not unhappy.”

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After admitting his team had taken “a step back” after their 1-0 loss to Wolves last week, Rangnick said on Friday that his team needed to show unity.

“We must insist on working together.”

We can only improve as a team in terms of ball possession,” Rangnick said.

“We must work together to accomplish our goals.”

With zeal, emotion, and vigor.

This was the issue with the Wolves.

“All we did was escort them.”


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