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‘Michael Carrick should have stayed’: Andrei Kanchelskis worried Manchester United made a mistake in hiring Ralf Rangnick as they need ‘stability’ to turn their season around

  • Andrei Kanchelskis thinks Man United should have left Michael Carrick at the helm
  • Carrick will take care of the journey from United to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon
  • Rangnick will then take control after being named as the new interim boss
  • Kanchelskis says United would benefit from keeping Carrick for some stability











Andrei Kanchelskis says Manchester United should have left Michael Carrick at the helm of the club until the end of the season.

Carrick will take care of Sunday’s trip to Chelsea, but will resign his duties once they return, as the club have appointed Ralf Rangnick as the club’s new interim manager.

Rangnick has signed a six-month contract with the Red Devils, who were keen to temporarily replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. before taking on a permanent successor in the summer.

Andrei Kanchelskis says Manchester United should have left Michael Carrick (above) at the wheel of the club until the end of the season

Andrei Kanchelskis (above) was a former Manchester United legend who played from 1991 to 1995

Andrei Kanchelskis (above) was a former Manchester United legend who played from 1991 to 1995

Kanchelskis admits he is impressed with the work Rangnick has done at Lokomotiv Moscow as the club’s head of sport and development, but is concerned that United are making a mistake.

He says United would benefit from some stability in the squad. Speaking to BettingExpert, he said: ‘I know that Rangnick has built up a good reputation throughout his career. [Jurgen] knock, [Thomas] Tuchel and {Julian]Nagelsmann with his urgent play style.

“The impressive reputation he has in Germany has seemingly prompted United’s board to consider his appointment, in many ways as it turns out, it seems like a logical appointment – a step towards stability.

Carrick will take care of Sunday's trip to Chelsea but will resign his duties once they return as the club have appointed Ralf Rangnick (above) as the club's new interim manager

Carrick will take care of Sunday’s trip to Chelsea but will resign his duties once they return as the club have appointed Ralf Rangnick (above) as the club’s new interim manager

Kanchelskis says United would benefit from keeping Carrick as it would bring some stability

Kanchelskis says United would benefit from keeping Carrick as it would bring some stability

“Here in Russia, at Lokomotiv Moscow, he hasn’t done much to change their current situation in his role as football director, which I would describe as a little complicated to say the least.

“They have to look at a different approach to have any success. We haven’t seen a huge impact in the six months he’s had, but he hasn’t been here very long in the role.

‘It’s hard to make such an impact at that time.

“I had the feeling that Carrick should have stayed in the role until the end of the season, but it looks like he isn’t and hopefully this is the start of a return to form for the team and a period of stability to come. ‘

Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon to face Chelsea (above)

Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon to face Chelsea (above)

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