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[OPINION] Manchester United Keep On Failing To Secure Household Name Coaches

Ralf Rangnick rattled through five recent games in his first public appearance as Manchester United manager, but if his quick assessment of the team's flaws is any indication, he's spent the last week watching the season-to-date DVD. As he confronted the reporters in the depths of Old Trafford, Rangnick kept returning to the phrase "control." The 63-year-old demonstrated it in front of the cameras with his measured and commanding performance, and now he wants his players to emulate him on the pitch.

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Rangnick had been in the stands at Old Trafford twelve hours earlier, watching United defeat Arsenal 3-2 in the type of Premier League match that makes it the most-watched league in the world and secures billions of pounds in TV revenue. But it's the type of night that can make coaches break out in a cold sweat. Rangnick said he had no clue whether the game would conclude 3-2, 3-3, or 4-2 in the last minutes, and that as enjoyable as it was, it's "not the game you need every day."

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Rangnick claimed he had recently seen the games against Watford and Chelsea and had gone through the defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City while watching the game in person. In those five games, United has surrendered 14 goals, and there are many more games to illustrate why any season evaluation thus far should come with an 18 rating. It's been a horrific experience to see.

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Rangnick's football philosophy isn't exactly hidden. In fact, considering the amount of acolytes it has generated, including Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, it may be the most well-publicized coaching text in the world, and what it doesn't include are end-to-end slugfests where the outcome stays unknown until the last whistle. This season, United's games have proven to be precisely that. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was unable to exert any influence over his squad, and matches resembled a lottery. Regrettably for the Norwegian, his numbers were rarely called. Rangnick has no intention of purchasing a ticket. He wants to eliminate luck from the equation, which must be music to United's players and supporters' ears.

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