Why Ralf Rangnick should be allowed to change 'everything' at Manchester United

Manchester|December 03, 2021

Rangnick was appointed as United's new interim boss on a deal until the end of the season earlier this week, before he will move into a consultancy position for the next two years, a role that is expected to give him the chance to help take the club in the right direction.

The German, who is 63, is vastly experienced away from the dugout, following his roles at RB Leipzig, Red Bull Salzburg and Lokomotiv Moscow, meaning United may have killed two birds with one stone as far as his appointment as new interim manager is concerned.

Although Rangnick's primary objective, certainly for now, is to help United win football matches and improve their style of play, Ince believes the German needs to be given the chance to create a vision and put a plan in place that will make United "successful."

Ince told Genting Casino: "The Man United executive team, they dont know anything about football.

"The Glazers bought the club just for profit, it was nothing to do with football. There hasn't been anyone like Martin Edwards or David Gill; football people at the club.

"United needs to be restructured. Everything needs to change from top to bottom. There isn't a model at United. Ralf needs to create a model that's going to make Manchester United successful."

Furthermore, Ince has also called for Rangnick, who will take charge for the first time when the Reds welcome Crystal Palace to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon, to completely change the mentality of the club, as well as discovering a new identity, opposed to being called upon to play in the traditional 'Man United way'.

"Changing the mindset of the club, how it runs, how it functions," Ince added. "Having input over the development, recruitment, coaching staff and styles.

"The club have to allow him to have complete control to take this club where it needs to get to. None of this 'play the Man United way', that we hear all the time.

"The Man United way from the 90s was years back and we haven't got the players to do that."

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