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Ralf Rangnick has made something harder for Erik ten Hag at Manchester United this summer



Manchester United play their final game of the season this afternoon, and Erik ten Hag will be watching on as they face Crystal Palace.



It has been a disastrous season for United, but they still have the matter of a Europa League spot to fight for this afternoon, with West Ham ready to pounce should they suffer any kind of slip-up.



And with their new manager waiting in the stands, the players will have plenty to prove ahead of what is set to be a huge summer at Old Trafford.



Ten Hag has already begun working on his plans for next season, and he will get a closer look at what he's got to deal with at Selhurst Park this afternoon as interim boss Ralf Rangnick takes charge for the final time before handing over the reins. Cristiano Ronaldo looks likely to miss the game.



Manchester United play their final game of the season this afternoon, and Erik ten Hag will be watching on as they face Crystal Palace.



It has been a disastrous season for United, but they still have the matter of a Europa League spot to fight for this afternoon, with West Ham ready to pounce should they suffer any kind of slip-up.



And with their new manager waiting in the stands, the players will have plenty to prove ahead of what is set to be a huge summer at Old Trafford.



Ten Hag has already begun working on his plans for next season, and he will get a closer look at what he's got to deal with at Selhurst Park this afternoon as interim boss Ralf Rangnick takes charge for the final time before handing over the reins. Cristiano Ronaldo looks likely to miss the game.



Ralf Rangnick abandoned his attempts to turn Manchester United into a pressing team after just his second Premier League game in charge of the club.



The German was renowned for his gegenpressing style prior to his appointment as United's interim manager and in his first press conference he said he wanted to turn his players into 'pressing monsters'.



But as early as United's fortuitous 1-0 win at Norwich City on December 11 Rangnick realised that wasn't going to be achievable.



Ralf Rangnick has told Manchester United fans that he should be blamed for the failure to generate an improvement in results and performances as the club's interim manager.



United supporters have turned on the players at the end of a disastrous season and their final Premier League game of the campaign will decide whether they finish sixth or seventh, with the latter seeing them drop into the Europa Conference League.



There were chants of 'You're not fit to wear the shirt' during the humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brighton two weeks ago and the players have received most of the criticism this season.



Manchester United confirmed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager on the 29th of November. Rangnick was unveiled to the media four days later and he spoke well at that first press conference. Rangnick discussed tactics, his vision and the club's history.



The appointment of Rangnick was always going to be an experiment and the journalists that were at his first press conference couldn't help but feel intrigued. Rangnick had said all the right things. He had made a stellar first impression.




"Let the players follow and buy into the idea that I can offer them on how we want to play in the future," Rangnick said. "The major target for me is just to bring more balance to the team. We conceded two goals yesterday and if you look at the total number of goals conceded, it is on average two a game. That is just too much. Those are not the kind of games you need every day."



Rangnick arrived at United having masterminded RB Leipzig's rise through the German football pyramid. Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel and Julian Nagelsmann had all previously lauded his influence and it was difficult not to listen when Rangnick spoke.



He was good value and was clearly revered by some of Europe's finest coaches. It's just a shame football is about action, not words zrgrdg

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