Correctly predicted France to win World Cup 2018
- May 10, 2009
The reporter is reliable for Bayern, Hopefully club takes the first big step towards reshaping the structure.
A decade would be good enough, that's ten years. Coaches in the ilk of Nagelsmann, Rose, Wagner, Klopp are famous for their brand of football, but most of them are disciples of Rangnick. He's a football revolutionary and I can't think of many men that would fit the DOF role better than him. I'd take him even if at 70, the difficult part is actually being able to convince him to come.
Yeah why would we hire an experienced director with proven track record, we should hire a 40-year old to make sure he can stick around for 25 years regardless of performance. The United way.
What signings was he responsible for at RB?Rangnick is a fantastic coach and DoF. Whatever role he is given, I'll be happy to have him.
As a manager he was very impressive with Hoffenheim and did decently at Schalke, then after his hiatus he took Leipzeg to 3rd place after they were 6th the previous season.
As a DoF, he's done amazingly well at Leipzeg since he joined with him in he lower divisions and taking them to BL. Their signings have been great during that time.
No modern business hires someone in a 10 + perspective. That’s fairytale thinking. The structure and strategy should never be dependent on one person. Which is also the main reason we have struggled after the great man retired.
We won't see him at either of those 2 clubs. He's used to calling the shots at his respective employers, and doesn't like others reigning into his meddlings.Feels like he is interested in the Bayern job and using United as a negotiation ploy. It might not be bad if he takes Klopp with him to Munich.
https://spielverlagerung.com/2017/01/02/beyond-the-business-model-rb-leipzigs-football-philosophy/The key figure in all of this was and still is Ralf Rangnick, who not only has been serving as sporting director at RB Leipzig since 2012, but who also was the sporting director of Red Bull Salzburg between 2012 and 2015. Under his supervision, Schmidt built up Salzburg as said Gegenpressing powerhouse. Under his supervision, head coach Alexander Zorniger failed to advance Leipzig in the Saxons’ first season in the second Bundesliga. That was when Rangnick decided to take matters into his own hands. The former Schalke and Hoffenheim coach returned to the sideline and guided Leipzig into the top flight of German football.
What we need most is someone who can lay the foundations for the position, and a structure that will last for years to come. For that we need experience, which is why when names like VDS are thrown about they don't make any sense. Most of these guys have been successful going in with a functional system already in place. They've never had to build one from the ground up.