Covid has hampered my Man Utd progress – Rangnick

Interim boss Ralf Rangnick says disruptions caused by Covid-19 have impacted his progress since taking over at Manchester United.

The German, 63, is unbeaten in four games since replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the end of November.

But he says the Covid outbreak that led to the closure of the club’s Carrington training base and the postponement of two games has complicated his work.

“Of course not,” Rangnick said when asked if he had achieved his targets. Every coach, every ambitious coach – and there’s no difference between other coaches and myself in that area – wants to take faster steps and larger steps forward.

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