Manchester United have already began adapting to interim supervisor Ralf Rangnick’s high-energy, aggressive model of play, midfielder Nemanja Matic stated, regardless of disruptions to their schedule attributable to a Covid-19 outbreak on the membership.
United are unbeaten in three video games in all competitions below Rangnick since he arrived at Outdated Trafford however have had two Premier League video games postponed and final performed on December 11.
The 63-year-old German is a proponent of “gegenpressing” – a method of soccer wherein groups press excessive and use counter-pressing to win the ball again as quickly as doable, fairly than falling again to regroup.
“We perceive his concepts and what he desires to play. Slowly, we might be the place he desires us to be. It’s a little bit of the whole lot, not simply urgent… You have to be bodily prepared and play properly tactically,” Matic stated.
“Each supervisor (who) involves a brand new membership wants a interval to adapt. We’ll take a while however we’ve got sufficient expertise within the squad to grasp shortly and play how he desires us to.
“We’re already adapting to him. It’s the start, however we’re all constructive and we are going to see sooner or later.”
United will journey to Newcastle United on Monday earlier than internet hosting Burnley on Thursday and Wolverhampton Wanderers on January 3.