Garth Crooks has slammed Manchester United’s resolution to convey Ralf Rangnick in as interim supervisor and believes Cristiano Ronaldo’s return “has not worked”.
The Reds staggered to defeat final day out towards Everton which noticed any remaining hope of Champions League soccer diminish. Because of this, it stretched an undesirable report for the German tactician as they’ve simply gained three of their final 12 underneath his stewardship.
United began brighter than the relegation-threatened Toffees and compelled Jordan Pickford into motion on multiple event, specifically by way of Marcus Rashford. Nevertheless, Anthony Gordon’s deflected strike noticed them make sure the factors stayed at Goodison Park.
Crooks pulled no punches on the decisions surrounding Rangnick and Ronaldo in his BBC Workforce of the Week column: “It was unfortunate for Marcus Rashford that Pickford was in such good form. On any other occasion the United striker might have scored two goals, had it not been for two outstanding saves from the Everton keeper.
“The save from Rashford’s bullet header was no doubt the save of the match. It is now abundantly clear that Ralf Rangnick’s appointment at United has not labored and neither has Cristiano Ronaldo’s return.
“United have good players but the problem is they don’t have a manager who can get the best out of them,” he added. Spurs’ win over Aston Villa prolonged the hole between themselves and the Previous Trafford outfit to 6 factors.