Since the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as the interim manager of Manchester United, the club has been playing under a 4-2-2-2 formation which is suitable for the pressing football that seemed to be overwhelming and overworking the players.
The Manchester United manager has opted to revert his system and go with a formation that will ensure the club dominates games and wins them as well.
Speaking ahead of tonight's match against Brentford, Ralf Rangnick revealed that he is opting to switch to a 4-3-3 formation that will ensure they attack and defend as a unit.
"To me it’s important that we always win the next game we play, and it’s also a question of formation. Which is the best possible position for players?
For me it’s not at all a question of position. It’s clear that in a 4-3-3 he’s a player for either of the two wing positions, either left or right." Ralf Rangnick stated when referring to Jadon Sancho also.
Will this system work for Manchester United?
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