As Ralf Rangick’s problems worsen, Man Utd players already have a problem with Chris Armas.
Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, recently hired Chris Armas as his assistant at Old Trafford.
According to reports, Chris Armas has already caused a rift among Manchester United players since his appointment.
Ralf Rangnick’s assistant, the American, has recently relocated to Old Trafford.
However, as the team goes through yet another tumultuous period, some members of the squad remain skeptical of his abilities.
Since the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United’s coaching staff has changed.
Michael Carrick was expected to stay, especially after he was appointed interim manager following the departure of his former teammate.
Carrick, who had been at United since his arrival as a player in the summer transfer window of 2006, left to spend more time with his family.
Kieran McKenna has also left United, and goalkeeping coach Richard Hartis was also fired after Solskjaer was fired.
Rangnick recently brought Armas to the club after being impressed by his work in America.
Players haven’t been impressed by the former New York Red Bulls and Toronto FC coach, according to The Athletic.
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Those in the locker room are said to be “yet to be convinced of his pedigree,” with Armas having learned his trade in Major League Soccer.
The American is in charge of training at Carrington and has set up drills for regaining possession of the ball.
United players, on the other hand, are said to need more guidance on what to do when they have the ball.
Armas has also placed an “early emphasis” on strengthening the team’s defense.
Rangnick is expected to do ‘detailed attacking work’ later this week, according to reports.
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This is the most recent information about United, who are currently undergoing yet another difficult period in their recent history.
The Glazers and John Murtough expected Rangnick to make an immediate impact in English football when he was hired.
Things aren’t going well for the 63-year-old, with the club winning just three of their six matches.
To make matters worse, many players want to leave the club in January or later.
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