Rangnick reveals Man United half-time routine

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has revealed the club’s half-time routine. 

The Red Devils were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw at home to Southampton on Saturday evening, further denting their top-four hopes. 

Speaking after the match, Rangnick talked up how he passes messages during the interval. 

“I can assure you we are not talking too much. Our half-time conversation with the team lasts as long as all the other teams.”

“[Team-talks] are four or five minutes, bullet points. [We discuss] the most important things.

“We show them two or three videos of footage of situations of what we have to be aware of and wary of.

“It is not a problem about the half-time conversation we are having.”

In what has become a routine in recent matches, United conceded early in the second half and eventually settled for a point, and Ralf further highlighted the issue.

“Our team has a lot of technical players, and it is difficult for them to stay compact for a longer period of time,” he said.

“This is one of our problems and the other is that we just do not take the chances that we create.

“It is not a question of not being able to create the chances, it is a question of [being] effective enough.”

United will next face Brighton on Tuesday night. 

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