Michael Carrick Unveils New Formation Ahead Of Villarreal UCL Encounter Following Appointment As Caretaker

Michael Carrick has believes to a more traditional formation could help turn the tables at United

Man United prepare to go head to head with Spanish side, Villarreal CF tonight with hopes of sealing their qualification into the knockout stages.

Having just let their manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leave following their poor run of form, United are left under the care of former player, Micheal Carrick.

Although it’s suggested that Carrick being in charge is no way different from having Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge as they both worked hand in hand before the Norwegian was sacked.

Man United caretaker manager head to the hotel ahead of UCL tie against Villarreal.

The 40-year-old ranks amongst the most decorated players in the country and believes he can turn the tables even before a permanent manager could be appointed.

Following his explanations, United could be seen lining up in a 4-4-2 formation against Villarreal tonight.

Speaking to Marca, Carrick said; “I feel we can be better if go in the more traditional way where everyone has a simpler role to make up a complex system.

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“It’s up to us now to provide good results, we don’t have to give chances away to opponents in any time of the match.

“I have players who will start already, they know their roles to be played, everyone understands perfectly.

“Hopefully we can win tonight. With the urge to win in the boys, am sure we can achieve something good tonight

“Maybe have Ronaldo as winger and Cavani in the front, they both are experienced and can influence the match alot.

Manchester United Caretaker manager, Michael Carrick speaking to the press in a conference ahead of United Villarreal clash.

“I know the situation of things in the club, and I know it may not be my work for a longer time to be in charge but for the short time am here, I will make things work.

“I love this team alot and I owe the team my hard work. I want Man United to win games, I desire this and I hope I can.”

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