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Ralf Rangnick to become Manchester United interim manager | Official statements
“A few minutes in, when the ball had gone out for a throw, I had to stop and count the opposition players,” he recalls in Raphael Honigstein’s book, Das Reboot.
“That was the first time I felt what it was like to come up against a team who systematically pressed the ball.”
“My future is the next two or three days, that’s as far as I’m prepared to look. Football is that kind of business where you never know what’s around the corner at the best of times. All my energy, my mind, is on Sunday.
“I didn’t have to ask too many questions, it happened very quickly. This is my role for now, however long it may be.
“It’s not about how much I want to do this or how long, it’s about what’s asked of me really. At the moment I’m enjoying it for what it is, I understand what it is and my responsibilities but I’m literally looking at this next game. It’s such a big challenge. Whatever happens after that we’ll have to wait and see.”
November : Chelsea (a) – Premier League, kick-off 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports
2 December : Arsenal (h) – Premier League, kick-off 8.15pm
5 December : Crystal Palace (h) – Premier League, kick-off 2pm
8 December : Young Boys (h) – Champions League, kick-off 8pm
11 December : Norwich (a) – Premier League, kick-off 5.30pm, live on Sky Sports