Scottish midfielder Scott McTominay has given an insightful look into what new Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick is really like to work with, behind closed doors.
Rangnick took over temporary control of the club until the end of the season, following the sacking of Solskjaer who left the team in eight place.
The 63-year-old took charge of the team for the first time in the Premier League win against Crystal Palace — and fielded a youthful side in a game against Young Boys, drawing 1-1.
McTominay played the full 90 minutes against Palace, with Rangnick praising the Scotland international after the match, while also urging him to cut his excesses.
Speaking ahead of the match against relegation-threatened Norwich City on Saturday, Scott McTominay discussed his first impressions of Ragnick and his coaching method.
‘He’s been really, really good and he’s been good with the schedule, making sure we have enough sleep and the times we’re in we can prepare,’ He said.
‘[He has] more steel behind closed doors, very firm, very driven, he knows what he wants in meetings. He’s very, very clear.’
‘That’s the way it is in football, to get your point across you have to be clear and forceful and if players aren’t doing what he’s asking then he’s not shy to tell him.’
‘First impressions are very, very good, we’ve obviously had a good result against Crystal Palace and now hopefully we can move forward with that and win more football games.’