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3 Reasons Why Ralf Ragnick Is Not The Best Choice Manager For Manchester United

Despite of being referred to as 'Professor' in Germany, Ralf Ragnick has not matched the praises showered to him when reciprocated to trophies.

The German manager helped Thomas Tuchel and Jurgen Klopp during their early days in football management.

Empty trophy cabinet

Manchester United want a manager who is used to winning. Even Paul Scholes admitted it with an interview with Supersport.

Ralf didn't have a glamorous career as a player that's why he ended his profession at the age of just 25. In his lifetime as a manager, Ragnick won 7 trophies and he got all of them in Germany. Did he win any top league trophy? Absolutely no. His most successful spell was at Schalke 04 where he won the DFL Ligapokal and Dfb Pokal in the early two thousands. Here are his trophies he won:

The question is, will he match Manchester United's demands? We are all know what misses at the Old Trafford. It is the glory and trophies. The Red Devils need someone to end their almost 10 years Premier League drought.

Ragnick has not managed a team of Manchester United calibre.

Another reason that will make the German coach to struggle at Manchester is the lac of experience to run a top tier team that has high demands from the owners to the fans on the pitch. So he needs to know being an interim manager at Old Trafford is not an easy task.

Premier League is the toughest in Europe

If you talk about the toughest league in European football, just think of the English Premier League. Physique, technics and commitment are highly needed. Manchester United can adapt to Ralf Ragnick's pressing football or the so called heavy metal or 'gegen pressing'. So it's up to the coach to take the chance given to him. Managing world class players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Pogba and Fernandes is quite stressful.

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