Jamie Carragher and Roy Keane disagree on Man Utd manager stance ahead of Chelsea

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Jamie Carragher and Roy Keane have disagreed on Manchester United’s current managerial situation after sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Ralf Rangnick is expected to become interim manager until the end of the season next week, but he has split opinion in the Sky Sports studio.

Carragher has described Rangnick’s impending arrival as a ‘positive step’ and believes he will implement the same style as England’s current top teams at Old Trafford.

He said: “I think the appointment of who it looks like they’re going to bring in is a positive step.

“In terms of how he wants the football played, now the top teams all play the way this guy wants his teams to play. [It’s] going back 20 years since he started coaching, so I think it’s positive.

“Nobody has to play the same way, but top-level football is played like that [Rangnick’s style]. United were a million miles away from that.”

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