Manchester United ex-player Gary Pallister has come to speak ahead of tonight’s Manchester United clash against Arsenal in the English Premier League midweek game. The former Manchester United centre-back, Gary Pallister, expresses his thoughts on the incoming Red Devils’ new manager, Ralf Rangnick. In an interview, he explained why he is backing Harry Maguire, Sancho’s emergence, Pochettino, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and more.
Gary Pallister Wants an Enforcer as United Head Coach
Pallister has been supporting Maguire, Sancho and Aaron Wan-Bissaka for some time now, so he said the arrival of the new manager would help the players. According to him, he said: “I think he’s [Rangnick] got to come in there and be the man, be the enforcer, and I’m sure he will be, and he’ll bring into place the way he sees the game being played, and I think they’ll all know he’s the boss.”
Gary Pallister also said: “I don’t think he’s the type of manager who will be impressed just because you’ve got a great reputation he’s looking to build a team, a team that’s going to fight for Manchester United and a team that’s going to win games for Manchester United.”
Manchester United will be looking to beat Arsenal in the English Premier League for the first time in three years. Michael Carrick, who saw United play Chelsea and Villarreal, will still be in charge of the game despite the new manager Ralf Rangnick.