For TeMManager Ralf Rangnick is the qualification for the new Champions League season in the English football record champion Manchester United the final realistic seasonal goal.
“This is the best possible result that we can still achieve,” said the German coach in front of the Premier League catch-up of Red Devils on Tuesday against Brighton & Hove Albion overlooking the thirst for thirst for Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. in the past Weeks.
Rangnick also considers the role to participate in the premier class for more important than a success in the upcoming Champions League eighth place against the Spanish title atletico Madrid: “It will not be easy, but hopefully we can do it, but our goal is fourth place in The league. “
From the radiance of European Beletage, Rangnick hopes for a lighter search for the future team manager: “Only when we have the Champions League qualifier, we can commit a new man.”
Manunited is in front of the duel with Brighton & Hove Albion on the fifth place a point behind the table-four West Ham United. The residue on leader and defending champion Manchester City has grown since the dismissal of Rangnick’s predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from twelve to currently 23 points.
From Rangnick’s point of view, improvements according to the playful pause guides are last in the blamable four-round-out in the FA-Cup in second division FC Middlesbrough and the following draw in the championship in the short-term FC Burnley and against the FC Southampton short-term. “We give these protrusions too easy. This seems obvious to the conviction of the players, they are still people and no robots,” said the 63-year-old: “Our next step must be, our quality and focus physically, Mental and tactically further lift. “
To work up any blockades, Rangnick has now consulted the Hove Albions psychologist Sascha Lenseen brought last December after Old Trafford. The former second division professional should cause changes to players in individual talks.