The Question: Have Manchester United called it right with Ralf Rangnick.

So it looks like Ralf Rangnick is almost certain to become Manchester United manager until the end of the season, thereafter moving into a consulting role for ten years (I think this is important). I’m working on a big Rangnick article for paid subscribers at the moment. For now, though, I’ll ask you: have they called this one right? Is there someone else out there they should’ve gone for instead? Will the club be able to follow through on the foundations he intends to lay here? Or is it just going to be a brief interlude before the next boss in the summer comes in and changes everything again?

Please tell me what you think in the comments of this post.