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Cristiano Ronaldo offers rallying cry to teammates as he supports Ralf Rangnick

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 Superstar footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo has stated his belief that Ralf Rangnick can do a good job at Old Trafford but insisted that the Manchester United interim boss needs more time.


The German tactician was employed by the Red Devils until the end of the season after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked following a run of humiliating losses in November.


But Ragnick, 63, admitted he fears he does not have the time or influence to solve the club’s troubles before his job as interim manager ends in May.

Rangnick faces a toxic atmosphere at Old the club with morale low as up to half the squad want to leave the club with some on expiring contracts and the dressing room divided into cliques,  leaving United seventh in the Premier League.

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But Ronaldo who joined the club in the summer, believes the interim boss can turn the situation around but he needs more time to get his ideas across to the players.

‘Since he arrived five weeks ago he changed many things,’ Ronaldo told Sky Sports. 

‘But he needs time to put his ideas across to the players.

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