New Manchester United head coach Ralph Rangnick has revealed he will be resting some players in order to stay fresh for Wednesday’s clash with Young Boys.
Manchester United have guaranteed a first-place finish in Group F. They have progressed to the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League since a 2-0 victory over Villarreal in the fifth game, making the final game against the Young Boys a game where Rangnick will test the players. who just took control of the second game Rangnick made his debut with a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday. Despite the awkward game, the German coach was please with the way the team played in the first half hour.
And hope that the players will continue to maintain a good direction. “The first half hour is impressive with the way we play through all areas of the pitch. I didn’t expect the team to perform at the level we did. In the second half we still dominate the game. and don’t let the opportunity slip away.” “It’s important that we keep building the team. Now we’re on the pitch every three days, it’s going to happen again.
We did that against Crystal Palace and we will do that against Young Boys and Norwich.” As for the arrangement of the first eleven, Rangnick will rotate some teams to cope with the packed program that awaits throughout December. “I haven’t made a final decision yet. But it makes sense for us to rest some players. Because the competition is pack until next week and next month.” “We have to maintain good momentum. And our basic goal is to win the game. Although we use some fresh players. But it’s still important that we win. We want to get back from losing the first game to Young Boys.”