Ralf Rangnick avoids the locker room before games and will do so at Manchester United as well.

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Ralf Rangnick avoids the locker room before games and will do so at Manchester United as well.

Ralf Rangnick avoids the locker room before games and will do so at Manchester United as well.

Ralf Rangnick, the former head coach of RB Leipzig, is in line to become Manchester United’s new manager, but the seasoned German loathe entering the locker room before games.

Ralf Rangnick has an odd pre-match routine that he’ll bring to Manchester United.

The veteran German coach, despite his reputation as a hands-on coach, prefers to avoid the locker room before games.

Rangnick’s disappearance is not due to a bad luck charm, but rather to his dislike of modern music.

The German will have to adjust to a new pre-match soundtrack once his appointment as United’s temporary manager is confirmed.

According to The Athletic, Rangnick is close to finalizing an agreement to take over at Old Trafford until the end of the season, pending consent from his present team Lokomotiv Moscow.

The 63-year-old is a well-known figure in Germany, known for his anti-press ideology and focus on youth development.

While the former coach of RB Leipzig and RB Salzburg is a supporter of current approaches on the field, he is not a fan of modern players’ musical preferences.

In 2018, he noted in The Coaches’ Voice, “I’m 60 now, and I’m thankful that I have my own office — largely to escape the music they play in the dressing room before games.”

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“It would have been too loud for me as a player.”

But, whatever my musical tastes, I have a deep bond with my teammates.”

Rangnick isn’t out of touch with his players just because he doesn’t appreciate a certain genre of music.

“You must quit managing once you cease understanding them, their worries and desires,” he concluded.

I have two sons that are roughly the same age as the players, so I’m in luck.

“As a wealthy young guy, I believe it is my obligation to assist them in overcoming all of the temptations and false realities they face.”

“The most important thing is to treat them like adults, even if some of them are still teenagers or act adolescence.”

“You have to explain things to them logically, such as why diet and sleep are vital for their health and performance.”

Rangnick needs to get in touch with his.

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