Manchester United record back to back wins the Premier League after a 4-2 win against Leeds United at the Elland Road. United were pegged back from 2-0 up to 2-2 in space of one minute with goals from Rodrigo and Raphinha bringing the hosts level. However late strikes from substitutes Fred and Anthony Elanga gave United a well deserved victory away from home and Gary Neville while speaking on his podcast said that the upcoming month will be huge for United and will define their season.
Manchester United are up against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 first leg at the Wanda Metropolitano. An away win against in a tough weather conditions will surely boost the players confidence for a huge Champions League tie against a good opponent. Not just Europe Manchester United have crucial Premier League games coming up against Man City, Spurs and Liverpool and results of those will surely be monumental in United’s top four finish. Red Devils are in fourth place in the table with 46 points at the moment.
“They are playing Atletico Madrid away on Wednesday; they have got Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City coming up. It is a big month and that month is going to define the season in terms of finishing in the top four and progressing in the Champions League.” Gary Neville said on his podcast.
“I don’t think he gets the job at the end of the season”- Rangnick will not be the manager next season but will be monumental in the appointment of a new Manchester United manager says Neville
Gary Neville also spoke about a new manager definitely coming in next season as the former Manchester United player believes that Ralf Rangnick will not become permanent, however the current interim boss will be crucial in the appointment of a new manager as he knows the current players, their playing style attitude and behaviour and that will be key in advising for the appointment of a new manager at Old Trafford.
“I don’t think he gets the job at the end of the season, come what may now that isn’t going to happen. Manchester United will have a new manager next season. I think he will have a say in who gets the job because what he has got is a real good view of the characters, personalities, performance levels and training levels of the current group of players so he is in a strong position to advise.” said Gary Neville about Ralf Rangnick and the Manchester United managerial situation.