New Man Utd manager Ralf Ragnick has hailed the impact of Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has made at the club.
Thomas Tuchel took over at Chelsea earlier this year after Frank Lampard was sacked from his job and the German tactician led the blues to a top four finish and both the Uefa Champions League and Super Cup trophies, a no mean feat admired by Tuchel’s mentor Ralf Ragnick.
Ralf Ragnick: “To do what Thomas [Tuchel] did in four months at Chelsea was incredible.”@AbsoluteChelsea via Metro Sport
Ralf Rangnick: “If anyone had told Marina [Granovskaia] or Roman [Abramovich] what would happen or they had looked into a crystal ball to see what would happen in the next four months…incredible.”@AbsoluteChelsea via Metro Sport
Ralf Rangnick: “To win the UCL, finish fourth in the league, and now be towards the top of the league with almost the same players, is a big achievement. I am not sure I can say that things will develop in the same way for me at Manchester United.”@AbsoluteChelsea via Metro Sport
Ralf Ragnick who is considered as the godfather of the ‘gengen press’ happens to have a major influence on Liverpool and Chelsea managers Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel. And the 64-year old Man Utd manager was the person who gave Tuchel his first coaching gig at Stuggart in Germany.