“A Complete Imposter” – Jamie O’Hara Launches An Attack On Manchester United Manager Ralf Rangnick. Jamie O’Hara, a former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, has initiated a scathing attack on Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick amid the Red Devils’ poor form. He considers the German tactician to be an “imposter” who is “embarrassing to watch from the sidelines.”
According to Talksport the Englishman said:
“For me, Ralf is a complete imposter at the football club. I don’t know what this guy is doing there, he looks like a school teacher on the sidelines. I remember someone like him manage me at Dartford District, it was that bad. I mean the players have seen right through this guy, it’s embarrassing to watch him on the sidelines.”
🤯 “Rangnick is a complete imposter at #MUFC. He looks like a school teacher!”
😬 “The players have seen right through this guy! It’s embarrassing to watch him.”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) February 14, 2022
Manchester United have struggled in recent weeks, drawing 1-1 with Burnley and Southampton in their last two Premier League games.
O’Hara appears to believe the players have lost faith in Rangnick, which is reflected in their play. He said;
“I’ve never seen anything like it at Manchester United, they’re completely flat, completely lost and the players have no confidence in the manager so it’s showing on the pitch, they have no confidence in themselves as a team, it’s a bunch of individuals.”
The former Wolves player then advised the Red Devils to fire Rangnick and hire a great coach to complete the task. He went on:
“Get a proper manager in there, a top manager in there, I guarantee you, you’ll see better performances and better results.”
“You look at that squad of players, alright some of them are not having a good season and some of them, yeah there’s some weak points. But there’s weak points in every team, Sir Alex Ferguson had weak points in his team, he won the league pretty much every season.”
— Man United News (@ManUtdMEN) January 6, 2022
“Manchester United, they’re always going to be a couple players that aren’t quite there in terms of what you expect from Man United, but you get the best out of them, that’s what you’re job is as a manager. This guy can’t get a tune out of any of them, he’s a shambles.” He added.
Ralf Rangnick was named interim manager at Old Trafford on December 3 of last year. Since taking over as manager, the tactical genius has spearheaded 13 games throughout all competitions, recording six wins, five draws, and two losses.