Who is David Rangnick? Date of Birth, Nationality, Wikipedia, and Biography.
David Rangnick was born on 28 April 1995 (26 years old). He is best known for being the son of current Manchester United Interim manager, Ralf Rangnick.
David Rangnick Career, Teams, Transfers, Value and Position.
David had however had the opportunity to grace some football clubs before he retired from football. According to Transfermarkt.com, David left Backnang Fc U17 to join SG Sonnenh. U19. This transfer took place on July 1, 2012.
He went on to transfer to SAK 1914 II on July 14, 2014. After his move to SAK 1914 II, David impressed the bosses enough to warrant him a position in the senior team.
However, due to some undisclosed personal matters, David decided to hang up his boots on July 1, 2017. He was playing for the SAK 1914 senior team at the time.
David primarily played as a left-back. He could however have played as a right-back at times.
Who is Ralf Rangnick?
Ralf Ragnick was born on 29 June 1958(63 years old) in Backnang, West Germany. He is a German professional football manager, executive, and also former player. He is the interim manager of Premier League club Manchester United.
Rangnick played as a defensive midfielder back in the days. Following a very non-fulfilling professional career, Rangnick began his coaching career in 1983, at age 25.
Ralf Rangnick is a top tactician on a football pitch. He has been described as the father of gegenpress or counter-pressing. It is a popular modern playing style that involves players pressing very high up the pitch and mostly keeping the rivals at bay in their own half. This helps in the quick recovery of the football.
This follows the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and also Michael Carrick’s departure. Before taking up Manchester United, Ralf was working as Head of Sports and Development for Lokomotiv Moscow in Russia.
Ralf signed a contract to work as the Interim Manager for United till the end of the season. There is however an extension of two years working in a consultancy role at the club.
Ralf, a 62-year-old German tactician is considered by many as the “godfather” of modern coaching in Germany. He has inspired and mentored top-tier German coaches such as Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel, and Julian Nagelsmann.