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  • Sun, 28 Nov 2021 15:07:52 +0000: Chelsea v Manchester United: Premier League – live! - Manchester United | The Guardian

    Manchester United finished above Chelsea last season. Fair to say their paths have diverged since then. Chelsea are European champions, league leaders – and even a tacit inspiration for United’s latest reboot. German coaches are so damn hot right now, and Ralf Rangnick – the Can to Thomas Tuchel and Jurgen Klopp’s Kraftwerk - will take over at United as soon as he is granted a work permit.

    While Rangnick would love to be in charge today, it might not be the worst game to miss. Chelsea are formidable opponents, who have gone from wannabes to winners in record time. Let’s be honest, they have only two main strengths: they score loads of goals and barely concede any.

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  • Sat, 27 Nov 2021 22:30:09 +0000: Michael Carrick sets consistency as gold standard for Manchester United - Manchester United | The Guardian
    • United capable of going on winning run, caretaker manager says
    • Chelsea lead United by 12 points before Stamford Bridge fixture

    The statue of Manchester United’s Holy Trinity is a feature of the Old Trafford landscape. For a club increasingly burdened by unflattering comparisons to their past, while invariably generating more, the spectre of an unholy trilogy looms larger. Forget Best, Law and Charlton, this threatens to be an autumn to rank among their worst.

    Sunday brings a third meeting with title contenders, their supposed peers, and the first two amounted to humiliations. United kick off at Stamford Bridge 12 points behind Chelsea and after conceding more than five times as many goals. Liverpool scored five of them, Manchester City a mere two, but neither bothered to add to their tally in the final 40 minutes as they seemed to declare against vanquished opponents. As Michael Carrick conceded, a gulf has opened up. If there is a divide between the best and the rest, United are found on the wrong side of it.

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  • Sat, 27 Nov 2021 20:00:06 +0000: Ralf Rangnick’s arrival signals shift from messiah fix to modern vision of the game | Jonathan Wilson - Manchester United | The Guardian

    The idea of manager as a charismatic leader steeped in a club’s DNA is no way to run a football club – unless you’re Barcelona

    As Manchester United go to Chelsea on Sunday, there may be regrets for roads not travelled. Six months after United appointed Ole Gunnar Solskjær as manager, Chelsea also turned to one of their own. But they were far more ruthless and, despite the affection in which Frank Lampard was held by fans, they sacked him in January. The improvement under Thomas Tuchel was immediate and, 10 months on, Chelsea are European champions and top of the Premier League.

    Would United be in a similar position had they turned to Tuchel earlier in the year? Probably not. The job Tuchel has done has been remarkable, but he is building on solid foundations: Chelsea are well-run and have recruited sensibly, in part funded by an academy that is now producing first-team players.

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  • Sat, 27 Nov 2021 09:00:02 +0000: Chelsea v Manchester United: match preview - Manchester United | The Guardian

    Manchester United are close to making Ralf Rangnick their new interim manager, but Michael Carrick will still be in the dugout when they visit Stamford Bridge. Carrick triumphed against Villarreal in his opening game and his next task is to find a way to outwit Thomas Tuchel, which is easier said than done. Chelsea are top of the league and, although they will be without Ben Chilwell and N’Golo Kanté, Tuchel’s team are in tremendous form at the moment. Jacob Steinberg

    Sunday 4.30pm Sky Sports Premier League

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  • Fri, 26 Nov 2021 20:30:37 +0000: Ralf Rangnick’s arrival is a response to Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea revolution | Barney Ronay - Manchester United | The Guardian

    Manchester United enlisting one of the traiblazers of hard pressing adds spice to a meeting with his thriving protege

    Ed Woodward always gets his man. Or at least, Ed Woodward always gets a man. Give Manchester United’s chief executive his due. People definitely keep turning up.

    There is probably some kind of method in the decision to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjær with Ralf Rangnick: the leap from a managerial style based around vibes, DNA and warm feelings to Europe’s most unforgiving 63-year-old process trainer.

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