Ralf Rangnick reveals new captain for Young Boys clash and discusses ethos

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Ralf Rangnick has revealed that it is secondary to implement his style of play at Manchester United, and insists that he is “about to win”.

The German was placed as temporary manager at Old Trafford until the end of the season after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired last month.

After his stay in dugout, Rangnick will move into a consulting role for another two years as he wants to guide United back to the top of English football.

He has had a good start on the managerial side and beat Crystal Palace 1-0 in his first match as manager on Sunday.

Next up for Rangnick’s allegations is a Champions League dead rubber – at least for them – against Young Boys, who inflicted a shock loss on ten-man United on match day one.

Speaking before that match, the Red Devils boss said that a win was crucial, although the development to the knockout stages has already been confirmed.

“Yes, they are under pressure, more than we are. In terms of results, we are not under pressure, but our ethic is to win matches, and we want to play in a way that we still dominate the game,” he told the club’s website.

“In the end, it’s about winning. It’s not about just playing good football or intense football.

“It’s about winning. So again, the players who will play, they will want to win the match, and maybe then, in a way, also make up for the loss in the first round. [of games]. “

Rangnick also revealed that the Young Boys game would give him the chance to leave a few minutes for United’s team player.

“The younger players, to give them playing time. The same with Mason Greenwood, who has not played that much in recent weeks, so he will definitely play,” he said.

“But also some of the experienced ones who did not get that much playing time before.

“Aaron [Wan-Bissaka], hopefully Luke too [Shaw] will be available for the game. Nemanja [Matic] will be captain tomorrow.

“Juan Mata will get playing time. Jesse Lingard. So we have quite a few players who will play tomorrow, and who definitely and desperately need playing time.”

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