Two Manchester United veterans staged a fistfight, coach Rangnick ended the training session ahead of schedule
Two Manchester United veterans got into a fight during training. This became known to The Sun.
The incident happened on Thursday, May 12th. According to the source, the players attacked each other with fists during training at the club’s base in Carrington. Players, whose names are not called, were separated, and head coach Ralf Rangnick was forced to end the training session ahead of schedule.
Rangnick will step down as head coach of the Red Devils at the end of the season. He will be replaced by the Dutch specialist Eric Ten Hag, whose contract runs until June 2025.
On May 12, the match of the 30th round of group 1 of the second division of the Football National League between Essentuki and SKA Rostov ended in a mass brawl. SKA won away with a score of 2:1, but the opponents were not satisfied with the result and began to argue with the referee. The conflict escalated into a fight involving players and staff from both teams. Then one of the Essentuki players, having heard insults from the stands, kicked the ball towards the SKA fans, which provoked a brawl with the fans of the Rostov team.