EPL: Rangnick told to ‘kick out’ unhappy Man Utd players

Manchester United interim boss, Ralf Rangnick, has been told to kick out unhappy and underperforming players by ex-player, Lou Macari.

Macari, in an interview aired on the club’s official channel, ripped into players who are moaning and complaining in the squad.

The Red Devils are in a battle to finish in top four, as a shock 1-0 home defeat to Wolves last Monday leaves them in seventh place on the log.

Macari said: “Anyone kicking off in the dressing room, kick them out of the club. Get rid of them and I’m talking about the players doing that by the way.

“70,000 United supporters can’t be wrong every week. These players have to start showing something.”

The 72-year-old who made 404 appearances for United between 1973 and 1984, added: “You’ve got the money and the lifestyle, what more do you want?

“I’m getting annoyed. I should be watching 11 happy players enjoying the game but I’m not detecting that.

“I don’t see 11 happy players and they are second to most balls. Where’s the aggression gone?”

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