Football NewsRalf Rangnick says it’s not too hard for Man Utd to catch up with Liverpool
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Ralf Rangnick believes closing the gap shouldn’t be too hard for Manchester United.


What did Ralf Rangnick say?

The Red Devils boss says it’s not that hard for Man Utd to catch up with Liverpool, with Rangnick outlining the process for the club to close the scoring gap with their rivals. Another season without silverware at Old Trafford has left Man Utd far behind the Anfield PL haunting outfit. But Ralf feels that gaining ground on the Reds – which they face later this week – should not be difficult.

Ralf Rangnick said he doesn’t think a club like Man Utd can afford to take three or four years to get there and he doesn’t think it’s necessary. According to Rangnick they talked about Liverpool before, how long it took them. After two or three transmission windows, if they know what they are looking for. If they don’t know what they are looking for, they are always looking for a needle in a haystack. Ralf says it’s not that hard, it’s not rocket science, but to have the best wind they need to know where their destination is. If they don’t know it, it’s always difficult.


A little about the topic

Struggling to impose himself on games even against lesser opponents this term, Ralf is not under the false pretense that he will need his side at its best. The German added that they need to show this commitment, they need to be present at the pitch, to be aggressive. Just sitting and coming back and hoping, keeping fingers crossed that they don’t concede any goals, is not enough against a team like Liverpool. According to Ralf Rangnick they need to have the best possible balance to be organized defensively but still proactive, aggressive and when there is an opportunity to create chances themselves while in transition or in possession they should do so.