Manchester United interim manager Ralph Rangnick has suggested Premier League clubs should not have the Carabao Cup. because there are too many games to play
Ralph Rangnick has commented that there are too many games to play. He suggested that the English Football Association consider removing the Carabao Cup from the Premier League.
The 63-year-old German coach wants Premier League clubs out of the Carabao Cup. By suggesting that this cup competition should only allow teams from the secondary leagues to compete in order to earn extra money for the team. And to give the Premier League players time to recuperate as he sees there being too many games for players to play at the moment.
In an interview before Monday’s game against Newcastle Rangnick said about this issue: “England is the only top league that plays two domestic cups. This is something we should face to face to discuss. The League Cup should have teams from the 3rd and 4th divisions compete to help their financial situation.”
“A year in England there were too many games to play. This is something that we have to seriously discuss. The other thing is that the FA Cup replay, which has changed at this point, is good. in other countries never had a replay It is a topic that we can comment on.”