Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has criticized recent performances by the Red Devils and interim coach Ralf Rangnick. The 24-year-old is also not satisfied with his own performance.
“We are all disappointed with the latest achievement and with the coverage questioning our commitment to the manager and coaching staff, as well as to the club,” Rashford said. Twitter account of criticism.
He is also not satisfied with his individual performance and wants to touch his own nose. “I’m not sulking, I’m not unhappy – am I disappointed with some of my recent performances? Of course I am. I’m my own biggest critic,” continued Rashford.
Following the recent 1-0 loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers, a wave of criticism poured in from his coach Rangnick. The English press in particular took the German hard to court and already speculated about a possible “divorce”.
Rangnick then called for more professionalism in the club and made his players accountable. Jesse Lingard, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson, among others, are said to be dissatisfied with their situation. “Everyone gets the chance to show themselves at training and to be recommended for assignments. If that is not the case, then these players have the opportunity to talk to the club,” said Rangnick.
Rangnick defends against criticism
With such a large roster with many good footballers it goes without saying that “you have a large number of players who are not used or are not even in the squad,” the Man United coach emphasized.
Rangnick took over Manchester United after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer resigned in early December. Since then, he has had three wins in six competitive matches, drawn twice and lost one match. In the domestic Premier League, the Red Devils are currently ninth in the table with 31 points. Leader and city rival Manchester City are already missing 22 points (with two games less).