Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay has acknowledged that manager Ralf Rangnick told players to cut out bad body language. So, on the pitch during games, United’s interim coach wants better body language, says McTominay.
The Red Devils recovered from a 1-1 draw against Newcastle (football scores) by winning 3-1 over Burnley on Thursday.
In that frustrating affair against the Magpies, Ralf Rangnick blasted Manchester United for complaining to one another on the pitch.
And beside the interim coach (the football news), even Gary Neville has called the United squad a “bunch of whingebags”.
United’s Interim Coach Wants Better Body Language, says McTominay
Now, Scott McTominay reveals that Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has warned all the players.
“Body language is one thing and the manager has come in and said he wants to cut that [poor body language] out, so that is final,” McTominay told Amazon. “We have taken it on board.
“The game against Newcastle was difficult and we have to bounce back from that. The manager said we set the record for the most amount of turnovers in the league. We had to keep the ball better.
“Now is the time we really start stepping up and doing much, much better. The manager is so demanding and we play for Man Utd, it is what we have to do.”