Michael Carrick Steps Down As Manchester United Interim Coach

Former Manchester United midfield player has stepped down from his role as the interim manager of the English Giants after leading them to a 3-2 victory against Arsenal at Old Trafford. The former player will be replaced by Ralf Ragnick as the club’s new interim coach.

Michael Carrick took over the club as interim coach after the dismissal of another club legend, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and was charged with handling the first team as an interim coach until a more suitable replacement was found.

Ragnick who was appointed as the new Manchester United interim coach on November 29, 2021 was unable to immediately take over the first team football over a delay in Visa and work permit the two of which have since been taken care of by the club and the German is set to take over the clubs next match against Crystal Palace in the premier league

He was in the stands to have a look at the team he is set to take over as they beat Arsenal 3-2 to move to seventh position on the premier league table.

Michael Carrick has been in charge of three games at the club since he took over as interim coach, with two wins and a draw against league leaders Chelsea. It is rumoured that he is set to play the role of assistant to Ralf Ragnick but that is yet to be confirmed by the club or the new interim manager.

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