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3 Things Ralf Rangnick should Imitate from Michael Carrick as he resumes At Manchester United

Source: My Opinion

Michael Carrick did not lose a single game during his time as temporary manager of Manchester United, and there are a number of things that the club's new interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, should take away from his performance. Here are three things that Ralf Rangnick could learn from Michael Carrick as he prepares to take over as Manchester United's head coach.

First and foremost, it appears like Michael Carrick had a better manner of managing Cristiano Ronaldo's game time, taking into consideration the fact that the Portuguese international is getting older and should not be expected to play every single minute for the club.

After being rested for the previous encounter against Chelsea football club, the Portuguese mega star produced his best performance for the red devils on Sunday afternoon. Furthermore, Ralf Rangnick should control the playing time of the 36-year-old striker to ensure that he remains in good shape.

The use of Jadon Sancho: The England international had appeared to be lacking in confidence prior to Michael Carrick taking over as interim coach, but he began to produce very well once the former Manchester United midfielder took over the reins of the team.

He should continue to be used by Ralf Rangnick due to his excellent contribution to the team's overall performance, as well as his ability to score and create opportunities for teammates. As he continues to develop, he has the potential to improve the team's performance.

Benchmarking is number three. Aaron Wan-Bissaka: The right full-back was always a first-team regular under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but he was benched by Michael Carrick in yesterday's game, and it worked out well for the team because Diogo Dalot played exceptionally well in that position and was even involved in the creation of the goal that Cristiano Ronaldo scored.

Ralf Rangnick should also drop Aaron Wan-Bissaka to the bench because he has been underwhelming for the club and his performance is having an adverse effect on the team's overall performance. He is not very excellent at doing defensive work, and he is also not very good at doing offensive work.

Meanwhile, do you believe that Ralf Rangnick should sit Aaron Wan-Bissaka for the remainder of the season? Do you believe that Diogo Dalot has the ability to take over for him? Thank you for taking the time to share your opinions with us.

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