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Ralf Rangnick Wiki
|Birthdate||29 June 1958|
|Age (as of 2021)||63 years|
|Place of Birth||Backnang, Germany|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
Ralf Rangnick is a German professional football manager, sports executive, and former player who works as Head of Sports and Development at Russian club FC Lokomotiv Moscow. Rangnick has cited his main coaching influences as Ernst Happel, Valeriy Lobanovskyi, Arrigo Sacchi, and Zdeněk Zeman, and is credited for influencing Thomas Tuchel, Julian Nagelsmann, Ralph Hasenhüttl, and Jürgen Klopp.
Ralf Rangnick Family, Parents
Ralf Rangnick was born and raised in Backnang by Dietrich and Erika Rangnick, who met in 1945 in Lichtenstein in the Ore Mountains. His mother is from Breslau and his father is from Konigsberg. Rangnick began his playing career at VfB Stuttgart, but was noted for his strategic talents and was added as player-coach. His playing career was short-lived and was primarily concentrated in Germany, but included a stint at English club Southwick while studying at the University of Sussex.
Ralf Rangnick Wife, Children
Ralf Rangnick married with wife Gabriele Lamm-Rangnick. The couple find eachother on internet They did, however, marry decades ago and had a wonderful relationship.
Ralf Rangnick Net Worth
Ralf Rangnick is a German professional football manager, sports executive, and former player has an estimated Net Worth around $10 Million in 2022.Rangnick is currently also working as the club’s head coach which is reflected in his annual salary which was increased from €3,5 million to around €4 million prior to this season.
Ralf Rangnick Professional Career
Rangnick began his coaching career in the 1980s, first as player-coach at his hometown club Viktoria Backnang, then continuing on to play and coach at VfB Stuttgart II and TSV Lippoldsweiler.
In 1988, he became the head coach at SC Korb, remaining for two seasons before returning to VfB Stuttgart for four seasons to manage the Under 19 team. In 1991, he won the U-19 Bundesliga , the highest honor in German U-19 football. Rangnick then returned to first team management in 1995 with two seasons as head coach at SSV Reutlingen 05.
He took the club to a fourth place finish in his first season.They began the following campaign strong, with the club in the midst of the promotion push by Christmas. However, Rangnick would not see the season to its finish as he was sought after by his former club Ulm in January 1997.Reutlingen were in fifth position when Rangnick left the club.
In June 2012, Rangnick became the director of football for both Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig. Under Rangnick’s leadership, by 2018, RB Leipzig saw promotion from regional league to the Bundesliga , and reached the UEFA Champions League; their highest domestic finish was runners-up in 2016–17 season, while their highest European finish was the semi-finals in 2019-20 season.
Despite consistent off-field success, RB Leipzig won one trophy, the Saxony Cup, with Rangnick. Meanwhile, Red Bull Salzburg won Austrian Bundesliga and Austrian Cup multiple times, and reached the Champions League and UEFA Europa League.
In 2019, Rangnick was promoted to head of sport and development for Red Bull GmbH, thus overseeing global football initiatives, including New York Red Bulls and their takeover of Red Bull Bragantino. Under Rangnick’s tenure, New York Red Bulls won the Supporters Shield in 2013, 2015, 2018, while Red Bull Bragantino gained promotion to Série A in 2020.