He's basically considered to be the grandfather of the modern German coaches like Klopp or Nagelsmann. One of the pioneering advocates of high pressing as used today in football.Why is he rated so much, can someone explain?
Not if we lose at the weekend, Rangnick only comes in after Chelsea
Sure, if he wins the Chelsea game.
Article says Rangnick won't take charge in time for the Chelsea game so Carrick must win to keep the crown.
No please.Does he have his own staff/coaches?
I'd like to see Carrick stay on, maybe as assistant to the interim manager