Man Utd legend Paul Ince Blasts Rangnick; reveals the players have no faith yet

Former England and Manchester United star, Paul Ince has slammed Red Devil’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick, comparing his performance to that of Tottenham boss, Antonio Conte.

Ince believes that Conte has been able to turn things around and create faith and belief in the Tottenham team within a short period and wondered what Rangnick and his crew are doing at Manchester United.

It was not just about the 1-0 defeat Manchester United suffered in the hands of Wolves that has angered supporters of the club but the lack of ideas, cohesion and aggression in the team.

Joao Moutinho scored in the 82nd minute to hand Ralf Rangnick his first defeat as Manchester United manager on Monday.

Former England and Manchester United star, Paul Ince has slammed Ralf Rangnick, comparing his performance to that of Tottenham boss, Antonio Conte.

Ince believes that Conte has been able to turn things around and create faith and belief in the Tottenham team within a short period and wondered what Rangnick and his crew are doing at Manchester United.

It was not just about the 1-0 defeat Manchester United suffered in the hands of Wolves that has angered supporters of the club but the lack of ideas, cohesion and aggression in the team.

Joao Moutinho scored in the 82nd minute to hand Ralf Rangnick his first defeat as Manchester United manager on Monday.

Speaking about the dismal performance, Ince compared Rangnick’s start at United to Conte at Tottenham.

“4-2-2-2 doesn’t work. Whether it’s a new Man Utd way or not. I don’t get it. If I look at that performance, Norwich, Newcastle, there’s a lot of room for concern,” he told Sky Sports after United’s loss to Wolves.

“Look at what Conte’s done at Tottenham in such a short space, I don’t know what they’re doing here. I think they’re all over the place. They don’t have faith, they don’t have belief in each other, they play as a load of individuals.

“It was a lot better when Fernandes came on, but they’re just hoping.

“They [Wolves] knew they were playing a team not full of confidence. Even though United are winning games, you can sense they’re not.”

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