Neville: ‘A new dawn for Man Utd’

07 Mar 2022 | 10:31 | Football

 Man Utd has just sadly accepted a 1-4 defeat to Man City at the Etihad Stadium.

Rangnick admits Man City deserved the win

It was a complete defeat for Man Utd. The Red Devils did not play badly in the first half, but in the second half, Man City played with a different level, leaving Ralf Rangnick’s students unable to do anything but suffer.

Gary Neville brands Manchester United's miserable possession stats to the

 Rangnick has not been able to help Man Utd make a difference.


Technically and mentally, Man Utd is weak compared to the team in the same city. At one time, Man City controlled the ball up to 92%, an overwhelming number. And legend Gary Neville has expressed his disappointment with what his old team has shown.

Anyway, Neville still pointed to optimism for the Red Devils, next season: “I still can’t understand it! However, Man City is not only better on the pitch. A new dawn for Man Utd with Richard Arnold is CEO and a new coach is coming, and yesterday was a fitting memorial to the “Ed Woodward / Glazer” dynasty, with 10 years of mismanagement.

Next season, Ralf Rangnick will leave the post of interim coach to act as a consultant for Man Utd. This is the position where the German strategist is highly appreciated. And right from this moment, the leadership of Man Utd has also started the process of interviewing talented and ambitious coaches who can lead the team, emerging as Erik ten Hag of Ajax.