Italian national team manager Roberto Mancini is reportedly keen on taking the Manchester United job. This is according to English journalist Henry Winter who said that Mancini wants to become the next Manchester United manager despite his history with city rivals Manchester City.
Manchester United are almost certain to appoint a new manager in the summer to replace club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whom they sacked in November. The Ex-Manchester United striker was dismissed from his role as the Manchester United manager after a series of poor result in the league. Another former Manchester United player in Michael Carrick was named the caretaker manager when Solskjaer was sacked and he was in charge for three games in all competitions before he made way for current boss Ralf Rangnick. Carrick was an assistant to Solskjaer and he left the club once Rangnick came on board as the interim manager until the end of this season. German manager Rangnick is expected to assume a consultancy role at the club for two years at the end of the season as part of the contract signed before he assumed his current position. Continue reading MANCINI KEEN ON UNITED JOB – JOURNALIST
Interim Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick made a lot of changes to his starting line-up as his team ended their group stage campaign with a 1-1 draw against Swiss champions Young Boys.
With Manchester United already through to the first knockout stage as Group F winners, Rangnick made wholesale changes to hisstarting XI as he gave fringe players and young players the opportunity to stake a claim for more playing time. Continue reading UCL: UNITED ENDCAMPAIGN WITH DRAW