According to statistics, Ralf Rangnick is the worst MU coach in the history of the English Premier League. Specifically, the failure in the trip to Goodison Park in the 32nd round of the Premier League was Ralf Rangnick’s 18th match as MU’s head coach. However, the “Red Devils” only won 8 matches in the English Premier League, which means the win rate is only 47.06%.
This achievement of Ralf Rangnick is unprecedented because no MU coach has ever come close to that disappointing statistic.
The most successful MU history is still under Sir Alex Ferguson. The legendary MU coach spent 810 matches in the Premier League from the start of the tournament in 1992 until he retired in 2013, achieving a win rate of up to 65.19%.
Under coach Ralf Rangnick, the “Red Devils” only won 8 matches in the Premier League, which means the win rate is only 47.06%.
In the post-Sir Alex Ferguson period, “the special person” Jose Mourinho is still the most successful name. The Portuguese coach won 50/93 matches in the English Premier League, a rate of 53.76% and is also the closest person to bring home the title for the “Red Devils” traditional room. All coaches then recorded a win rate of over 50% like Louis van Gaal (51.38%) and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (51.37%).
In an interview after an unacceptable loss, the MU captain admitted that the chance to win tickets to the Champions League is very difficult. “It’s too hard. As long as we can’t win our games, it doesn’t make sense to expect results from our competitors,” Rangnick said.
MU overwhelmed all parameters but could not find a goal
The German coach also affirmed that he could not use the reason to negotiate a new coach as a basis to justify the failure of MU: “Negotiating with a new coach is not an excuse to justify this failure. We are Manchester. United and shouldn’t be distracted by that. There’s going to be a new manager and if it’s announced in 10 or 14 days it won’t affect a game like today.”
Meanwhile, goalkeeper De Gea frankly admitted the performance of the entire MU team was “disgraceful”. Even the Spaniard was the first to go straight into the dressing room after the final whistle.
Goalkeeper De Gea frankly admitted the performance of the entire MU team was “disgraceful”
“It’s a shame on our part. The whole team should have won this game. Everton had just started midweek, but they looked more energetic than us. It was simply unacceptable. received,” De Gea sadly.
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